Although I struggle somewhat with understanding the dymanics of how the grease would attach lilke this, I find it very hard to believe corrosion like that would appear in such a short period of time. I simply cannot believe what is show in the pictures actually is corrosion, especially hearing that it wipes off and others have seen it for a few rides, then nothing. I lean towards the grease-theory.
Why wouldn't it?
A new product used in the intended manner should not corrode.if it dose then something is wrong.jakemoore wrote: ↑Mon Jun 21, 2021 9:33 pmWhy wouldn't it?
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Ever notice a new car has a smell? What do you suppose that is? Is it a defect, a feature, or just a phenomenon? What do you suppose it does for our sperm count?Floating around wrote:
A new product used in the intended manner ... replaced it at no cost.
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