Lubing the cables

Lubing the cables

Postby Hobbes » Fri Oct 17, 2003 3:07 pm

Howdy everyone!

I've heard that the CBX cables have a teflon lining. If that's true, is it alright to lube them using one of the cable lube tools and the lube that comes with it?

Or will this do bad things to the teflon?

(I plan on doing all the cables).

Thanks!

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Postby Dave Hansen » Mon Oct 20, 2003 7:10 am

Grab one of the wifes fry pans and try the lube on that teflon. See if there is a reaction. Let us know how that goes, with the wife that is.
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lubing the cables or: out of the frying pan

Postby ed1047 » Tue Oct 21, 2003 12:06 pm

to the dog house!

It would be kinda funny... "i'm just trying out this new lo-cal cooking oil/intestinal fortifier"

I wonder how much heat it could stand...

Thanks for the, uh, suggestion.



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