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Old 09-21-2011, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Permatex Ceramic Extreme Brake Lube part# 24125

Thanks to miataracer's facebook post we now have a track brake slider lube. Anybody run this yet?

http://www.permatex.com/products/aut..._Lubricant.htm

This 100% synthetic lubricant contains real ceramic solids for extreme performance under the most critical braking conditions. A purple, environmentally friendly, non-melting formula, this premium lubricant is our longest lasting, most temperature resistant way to silence brake noise such as squealing and chattering; also effective in preventing long bolt and sleeve seizing and galling. Excellent on rolling and sliding surfaces operating in wet or dry conditions from -65F to 3000F (-54C to 1648C). This product assures that critical brake parts remain lubricated throughout brake pad life. Resistant to corrosion and contaminants, it will not wash out. It is compatible with internal/external brake rubber and plastic hardware, including ethylene-propylene rubber.
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were do you buy it? I haven't really had problems with my brakes at the track yet. As a matter of fact, the only problem I have is I don't use them enough, but that should be rectified by November lol. Although I admit, the slider bolt design always worries me just a tad.
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been using it a while. you can get it here
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note reviewers said about not to touch rubber parts.
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How is it possible to not touch the rubber parts? Half the grease ends up on outer dust boot.
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I never leave home without it. I put it on everything...even my morning toast. Live buy it.....literally.
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Yeah - serious ballers don't use lube - they do it dry - but i might get it for the DD

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Jake I have used this Permatex stuff on the stock front and rear calipers. Judging by the pad wear, ~even on both sides, it works. They sell it in little purple hanging packs at Autozone and the like.
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i bought my brush jar from o'reilleys. $16.99
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I never leave home without it. I put it on everything...even my morning toast. Live buy it.....literally.
puts lead in your pencil? hair on your chest?
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Has anybody used it on wheel bearings yet?
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I would definitely check with Permatex before trying that. Tribology is a complex science/art and there is a significant difference between those two applications. One is practically static, the other is not. Roller bearing versus bushing, etc.

There may be (probably is) something better for bearings, like that stuff Hustler packs his with.
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well when the **** finally gets in I'll put it on...maybe I'll put it on our lemons car if it makes it here in time to let the guys text it
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How is it possible to not touch the rubber parts? Half the grease ends up on outer dust boot.
Wondering the same thing.
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