I've been searching the web for a tube of distributor cam grease and found very little about it. Either a few old threads that weren't helpful or the products I have found are discontinued. I used to have a tube of Echlin moly distributor cam grease and it has taken a scenic vacation to an unknown black hole in the garage. I also have a lot of individual lube packets left over from when my dad was an auto tech in the 80's (this stuff is clear/light amber and acts and feels like sil glyde, not sure what is really is though) and have been using those up but I need to find a suitable replacement. Obviously, this stuff is going the way of the dinosaur, will super lube or sil glyde suffice for this? I've used sil glide for a lot of different applications over the years and have found it likes to dry up under high heat conditions, so a bit leery of using it in this application. I've used bearing grease in distributors in the past and found it just melts and makes a mess after a while, so that's a no go. That Echlin moly cam grease, to me it just felt and acted like moly EP grease that I have in a big can, is it the same stuff? I will happily use that if it is indeed the same. Also, curious if anyone has used super lube in this application and how they liked it?