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  • Better than grease for some applications

    The Good:
    -Easy to apply and doesn't drip
    -Homogenous product stays well mixed
    -Doesn't change over time like some greases
    -Comes with a brush

    The Bad:
    -Makes permanent stains on clothing
    -More expensive than other more "general" brands

    Overall Review: I like to try new bikes and parts, but I am also looking to find the best materials to assemble parts together. I have had many kinds of grease and lubes, but I had never used copper anti-seize before this year. Often used on bolts or for some parts' assembly on titanium frames, the Finish Line ...

    Posted by mntnmrtn on 2/29/2020 4:42 PM

  • Not the driest lube option, but good for variable conditions.

    The Good:

    High viscosity coats your chain. Withstands creek crossings.

    The Bad:

    Attracts some dirt. Environmental concerns about PTFE.

    Overall Review: Finish Line Dry is a syrupy synthetic oil designed to evenly lube your chain. This lube is apparently formulated for dry riding conditions, but "dry" is a subjective word. On many parts of the planet, dry means it hasn't rained since last night. In parts of the western USA, dry conditions can...

    Posted by thinkbike on 6/29/2018 8:41 PM

  • Gets the job done.

    The Good:

    Keeps my chain quiet and is pretty cheap.

    The Bad:

    There are better performing ones out there.

    Overall Review: Ever go in your LBS for a tune up only to be told that your entire drivetrain is shot? If so, go lube your chain now. If not, go lube your chain now. When chains get dry, that metal on metal grinding wreaks havoc on your drivetrain. With no lube, it doesn't take much to prematurely wear out a ch...

    Posted by dirtworks911 on 12/31/2016 2:43 PM

  • One and Done

    The Good:

    Perfect for NorCal Conditions

    The Bad:

    Too Small of Bottle

    Overall Review: I'm on my second bottle of FinishLine Wet Lube for my chain. I've never tried anything else, so not much to compare it too, but FinishLine makes race worthy products, and when I ride in NorCal area especially in the winter, its great to know that my chain won't break / stick / make a shit load o...

    Posted by royalbomber on 8/21/2012 1:54 PM