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Dumonde Tech - Pro-X Freehub Grease

Dumonde Tech Pro-X Freehub Grease

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$16.82 Original price:$20.95
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    Tech Specs

    Recommended Use:
    bike maintenance, freehub maintenance

    Pro-X Freehub Grease

    Noisy drag in your freehub is not only irritating to listen to, but it also can suck the speed right out of your ride. The best way to zap your ride back into its old quick-rolling self is with a generous slathering of Dumonde's Pro-X Freehub Grease. This freehub grease is dsigned to work with freehubs that require lightweight grease, but more lasting lubrication than your light oil can provide. It's created with Dumonde's Micro Resistant Complex Compounds, or MRCC, to provide superior lubrication and friction reduction, while maintaining a light viscosity. Unlike some other greases that can get a bit gummy when the temperatures drop, Pro-X Freehub Grease has been built to withstand plummeting mercury with smooth rolling performance all the way down to -30 degrees F, which makes it the ideal grease for those looking to embark on snowy fat-bike adventures.

    Pro-X Freehub Grease is ideal for hubs that share lubrication between the freehub and wheel bearings, and Dumonde recommends that you follow your freehub manufacturer's specifications so you can be sure to dial in the perfect volume required to get your freehub rolling as smooth as butter.

    • Pro level grease for speedy fast freehubs
    • MRCC tech keeps grease lightweight, while durable
    • Performs in temperatures as low as -30F
    • Ideal for hubs that share lube between bearings and freehub

    Simply the best out there.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Probably the best freehub grease out on the market. At least from what I have tried. It's thin enough to not cause a lot of drag when coasting but sticky enough to stay put and not rub off of areas in the freehub where it is supposed to be greased.
    Originally I thought that 1oz wouldn't be enough but it's a lot more than I thought. It's enough to last 30-40 complete freehub rebuilds at least in my opinion. That being said, you don't really need to apply it that often.
    I've used these in my ENVE alloy hubs with a ratchet mechanism similar to the DT Swiss EXP system and they still have enough grease after 1500 miles to be quite enough for me. I elected to use this grease instead of the Mavic ID360 grease that ENVE recommends because of the pricing. I also plan to use this stuff on my EXP freehubs that should be coming soon to quite them down a bit!

    Impressed! It really works

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Purchased this to apply to my I9 1/1 hubs, based on recommendation from I9. Super easy to apply, and it completely quieted my hubs. They produce about the same noise as an Onyx hub at this point, which is amazing. I purchased the 1 oz size, and given the amount I applied it should last me about 71 years. I will try to update the review once I've had a chance to put it through its paces, to see how long it lasts. UPDATE: have been running this grease for a month, and the quiet faded pretty quickly. After about 2-3 rides, it was back to 50% of the pre-grease volume, and after 2-3 more it was back to normal. Nonethless, I still prefer it to the oil and highly recommend for I9 (or other) hubs.

    Hydra hubs barely audible

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Hydra hubs turned out to be pretty quiet in their stock setup, but when I put in some of this grease (i9 has a video on how to do it and it only takes a couple of minutes) they became nearly silent; they're still audible when riding on smooth surfaces at low speed but as soon as there's any other noise (wind, gravel, whatever) I can't hear them anymore.

    Edit: with some more time and warmer temperatures these have gotten a little louder again. They're still pretty quiet when it's cold but I'm guessing the grease gets less viscous and the hubs are louder as a result when it's warm out. I'm still pleased with this, but they're louder than they were initially.

    Seems good!

      The Grease is very light so I have been using it for cable lines other things.
      I originally got it for my I9 Hydras before the wheels arrived because I was worried about the noise. It turns out the Hydra's are really that loud so I haven't used the grease for that purpose yet. Once they break-in a bit I'll see if it helps.

      Quiets i9 Hydra hub

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Purchased this due to the recommendation on industry nines service video for the hydra hubs. It does what they said it would, quiets the hub a bit more than just the oil. This is all subjective but I prefer less noise from my hubs while others love the buzz. I suggest you checkout some of the fairly comprehensive youtube comparison videos to see the difference if you are considering this for industry nine hydra hubs.