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I'm looking for some anti-seize grease to be used on seat posts and other contact points between metal. Is "anti-seize grease" the right term or does it go under another name?

 

I know and don't worry. I will not use it on carbon.

 

 
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Any grease should work fine, Mampara.

 

Grease is used to lubricate things that move slowly (out of the gutter now, boys and girls) so it will work fine on things that don't move at all.

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I haven't been able to find copper slip lately - someone care to point me in the right direction ? 

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I haven't thought to add Copa Slip (to give it's correct spelling) to the monstrous tool kit for a while, but I should.

 

According to their website, Brights have it if you're in the Northern Subs.
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Or the Spanjaard re-branded version available at most auto parts stores

http://www.spanjaard.co.za/components/com_phpshop/shop_image/product/3cdbdd8f10280b0251c2ed097585b8ee.jpg

 

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I ended up getting Parktool's Pollylube 1000. Nice and thick and so far it sounds like it does the job.

http://www.parktool.com/images/products/productimages/det_PPL-1_2005729_2953.jpg

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