Campagnolo Bora freehub grease

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wedgie
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by wedgie

I'm replacing the outboard bearing on my Campagnolo Bora One freehub. Campagnolo recommend their own LB-100 grease to lubricate the pawls and ratchet teeth when reassembling, but I can't find it anywhere. Any recommendations for an alternative grease?

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bikerjulio
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by bikerjulio

It should be low viscosity, not sticky. I use lithium grease. It's easy to check the pawl action before you reassemble.
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TonyM
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by TonyM

I had the same problem as I couldn't get the LB-100 in USA/ Canada.

I saw however that Campagnolo North America recommends the Dumonde Tech PRO X Freehub Grease as an alternative to their lb-100 Grease as it is no longer available in North America.
https://www.dumondetech.com/portfolio/p ... ub-grease/

I bought mine here:
https://shop.mylifeatspeed.com/product- ... ubricants/

But here some other options:
https://www.dumondetech.com/online-deal ... 34a7f-ed06

Hope it helps!

Mackers
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by Mackers

Campy grease is just rebranded Kluber Isoflex Nb52.

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