zukster wrote:I just read that Wurth Film is a silicone dielectric spray.
That gives me the idea of opening up my motor, packing it with silicone dielectric grease ,
the closing it up to lock it in. Its pretty cheap at Canadian Tire, or I wouldn't consider it.
7 dollars for a 85 gram tube of Permatex Dielectric Tune-Up grease, which I verified is
That should stay in there a while without needing to drill a hole at all.
You guys just don't get it do you? Wurth film is not a silicone or is it dielectric.
It is a pure base petrolium which coats and adheres to metal surfaces to prevent corrosion long term.
It is semi fluid which means it flows SLOWLY but never solidifys. Ideal product for hub motors.
is totally useless unless you are methods and your hub generates 100 degrees+ celcius of heat to melt it to liquid. Can you boil water on your hub motor during the winter?7 dollars for a 85 gram tube of Permatex Dielectric Tune-Up grease
Dieelectric grease won't do shit!
This is a product you can get at crappy tire that will perform the task properly. http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/4 ... BSpray.jsp
Or this shit is alot better and close to the properties of what I use. http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/4 ... ention.jsp
That should stay in there a while without needing to drill a hole at all
The hole is ideal for periodic maintenace without dissasembling your bike.