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Yes, totally suitable. Of all the remotely common grease types, there's not really a scenario on bikes where the type matters for this application unless it's a titanium or stainless frame, and then use anti-seize. As someone who presses things into bike frames on a regular basis and lives/works in a rainy climate, I do always use grease, but it's primarily ...


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Grease will do much more to protect it than nothing, with many mechanics preferring marine-grade grease if near the ocean or salted roads. Optimally, you should use an anti-seize compound. In general: Grease - Parts that always move and are protected (bearings and shifting system). For operating temperatures and pressures of bikes, the type of grease is ...


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