Reviews for Hudy Graphite Grease [HUD106210]

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Pete
Verified Owner
Monday, Sep 6 2010 (about 6 years ago)
Hudy Graphite Grease
It looks like liquid carbon fiber, and works awesome. Sure it's no bargain, but I haven't even used a third of it yet and I've done several transmissions, you use the stuff sparingly. Stays on gears as advertised and is actually a very light grease.
Chad Perdue
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Sep 15 2015 (about a year ago)
Hudy Graphite Grease
Im very happy with this grease it is a small container but if you look they all are. I would buy this again it does very well in my jato transmission. I would recommend this to anyone looking to get a grease that will stay on and last.
Patrick Littleton
Verified Owner
Friday, Dec 13 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Hudy Graphite Grease
This is well worth the price since a tiny amount goes a long way. This stuff is like tar and sticks to everything. As advertised, it will not sling as so many other 'black' greases tend to do. I will buy this again.
Eric
Verified Owner
Friday, Jun 17 2016 (3 months ago)
Hudy Graphite Grease
If you've ever used graphite you know how smooth it is and how well it lubricates. This provides a silky smooth lubricant, great for CV joints, and wherever metal comes into contact with metal. I purchased a container about a year ago and am now hooked! A little amount goes a long way, the container it comes in is small but you only need to lightly coat the contact surface -more is not better. I use this on about 4 different cars that I race and got about a year out of the small container. Use it sparingly you don't need a lot for it to work! To the person who posted that you can get marine grease for larger quantity and less price. Marine grease is totally different. Marine grease is lithium based. This Hudy grease is graphite based -totally different. Not only does graphite lubricate but it also helps keep parts moving with very little friction. Marine (lithium) grease can be "gloppy" and create friction. If your racing this would be really bad....mise well throw gum in your gears.
John Neary
Verified Owner
Wednesday, May 13 2009 (about 7 years ago)
Hudy Graphite Grease
I am sure it will work well but wow is this a tiny amount of grease for the price. I kid you not that the container this came in was only 22mm by 24mm in size. Clearly a poor choice unless you like spending a lot for very little in return. Go buy some Maxima marine grease at a motorcycle shop and get a hundred times the grease for the same cost.