I use lithium soap base glycol grease for the pins that ride inside of rubber bushings as that is what is used from the factory on all of the cars I have owned (vw, toyota/lexus, subaru)
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Febi 31942 for the german cars (This has VW G 052 150 A2 listed on the tube. Consensus on oil-club.ru seems to be that this is relabeled Fuchs Renolit LX-PG2)
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Niglube RX-2 for the japanese cars
They are effectively the same thing and interchangeable, but being a member of bitog, I just had to try them both.
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I use Mission and before that 3M with zero corrosion issues or sticking of the pins even in the salt belt.
it is. by no rubber they mean don’t apply it to door seals.As pointed out before in this thread Plastilube is not rubber safe, you shouldn't be using it on pins.
it is. by no rubber they mean don’t apply it to door seals.
ate’s own calipers don’t need any grease on the slide pins so they’re trusting the other manufacturer doesn’t use junk rubber