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Copper Grease
#1
Hi Anyone Here Know Where I Can Buy Some Copper Grease in The Usa Any Websites Thanks Apreciate
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#2
Do you mean this stuff?
http://www.amazon.com/CRC-401504-Copper-Coat-Liquid-Dauber/dp/B000M8IGVU/

It works great as an anti-seize compound for threads, but I wouldn't use it as a lubricating grease.
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#3
thanks alex Im Looking for lubricating Grease
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#4
Wow yeah I did not see any regular copper grease I will look around for ya tho.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#5
Try here, but I think it is the same stuff!

http://www.wurthusa.com/project/en/leftnavi/products/new-products/new-products_1.html
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#6
thanks Bill Apreciate For The Help
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#7
Your welcome, I am with Alex on his opinion never heard of anti-seize being used for lube, even in the heavy equipment and auto worlds.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#8
Just buy a tub of Park Poly Lube 1000. It'll last you a LONG time.
Dedicated scholar of bicycles
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#9
Hey im new here infact i signed up to tell you this:
Copper grease is for putting on threads and bolts to stop them seizing up
Grease is used in bearings
Copper grease should not put in any type of bearing because copper based grease contains bits of copper which are like sand an will wear your bearings down,if you want to use copper grease in your bearings you may as well fill your hubs with sand!
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#10
Ye anti seize compound is not lubricating , there is also nickel, silver color anti seize from Permatex that I use. Its especially useful for hot areas like muffler bolts where the heat oxidizes them and makes them difficult to remove. It should be renewed yearly.
The item that Alex found is a gasket cement different item.

Why are you asking this??? Tino. I may be able to provide more specifics and recommendations.
Here is some use info for the techies.

http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/exhaustnuts.htm

http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sparkplugs.htm
Never Give Up!!!
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#11
copper grease is for the threads on your sparkplugs, it's for where you need to grease something but maintain electrical contact, thus the copper in it. Ordinary grease is an electrical insulator, and would interfere with the grounding of the plug to the engine block.
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#12
There are copper complex greases. Typically used in industrial and high temp applications.

Kent Europe sells a product

http://www.kenteurope.com/uk/shop/viewfamily.php?viewfamily=4860&sectionid=228&type=Ind
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