tri flow was always very light and clear IME. I just bought a new bottle and it is thicker, milky and kinda jizzy. more Teflon? anyone else experience this? it was actually hard to apply at first, and that was after a lot of shaking.
tri flow changed?
same as I always remember it , MEC has the best price I get the biggest bottle they sell .
Does it still smell awesome?
tri flow was always very light and clear IME. I just bought a new bottle and it is thicker, milky …
Did you buy the "DRY" version instead of the regular? The label will say "DRY" on it and will, or at the very least it use to, be grey instead of black. Definitely only usually see the regular version.
I don't use TriFlow for much, but I've bought a bottle in the last 3-months and it was as normal.
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shit yeah, it says dry. i just googled it and it's a whole different animal. a new formulation with wax in it. explains everything. i'm not sure i like it yet but i'll use it for a while before i make judgement. i now live in the loops which explains why this shop has the dry stuff…
Yep big thumbs up to tri flow been using it for years.
Anyone use Bel-ray aerosol chain lubricant?
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Buy triflow from lordco
Dry lube, not surprisingly, works well in the interior. Regular Triflow you'll have to apply very frequently. Its not as messy but it doesn't like dust.