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Need to find Molylube #1 for manual hub assembly - BlueCrawler - 08-21-2015 02:41 AM

I'm going to disassemble/reassemble my manual hubs Friday. They are Warn Premiums. The instructions call for "a light coat of molylube #1". I looked online and only found it on Amazon for almost $90 a tube. Does anyone know where I can get a small tube or can for a price that isn't insane? Thanks.


RE: Need to find Molylube #1 for manual hub assembly - Smithy - 08-21-2015 06:48 AM

I have some if you need a little. When greasing locking hubs, less is more.

Napa sells it for around $10 a tub. Part number SL3141


RE: Need to find Molylube #1 for manual hub assembly - Miller88 - 08-21-2015 07:29 AM

Harbor Freight also has tubes of it - the CRC brand grease.


RE: Need to find Molylube #1 for manual hub assembly - BlueCrawler - 08-21-2015 11:26 AM

Thanks guys! I have a NAPA and a Harbor Freight up here so I'll check them out. Unit bearings arrived this morning, fingers crossed that Johnny Joint rebuild kits get here by the end of the day. If all goes well I'll be on the land Sunday. I'll post an invite if we get her back together in time.


RE: Need to find Molylube #1 for manual hub assembly - BlueCrawler - 08-22-2015 11:11 PM

Johnny Joint rebuild kits didn't show up. Looks like it will be mid week before I'm up and running again. On the plus side the ORO Lite-Dot taillights came in Saturday. Down to 3 LED running lights on the driver's side with my original Lite-Dots so it was time for a replacement.