Replacement for the Honda Moly 60 lube, this grease is
what we've been using in our service department with
great results. Stays put better than any other spline
lube we've used, and we've tried them all. Great for final
drive and clutch splines, throttle gears and various pivot
points on the older models, driveshaft splines and clutch
splines on the newer models, and anywhere a thick moly
based grease is indicated.
Details from the manufacturer:
GD-525 Moly Grease is a synthetic, high temperature grease designed for all types of shaft splines. For motorcycles, use it also to lubricate u-joints, swing arms, starter drive gears, bushings, pins, cable barrels, levers, ect. For industry, GD-525 is a general purpose EP machinery grease, and a grease for the "fifth wheel" and king pin on tractors.; trailer hitch ball. (GD-525 is not a lubricant for wheel bearings and chains.)
GD-525 Moly Grease provides uniform and durable boundary
lubrication under extreme pressure to prevent wear on the
two mating steel surfaces over a wide temperature range.
With a high dropping point, it will not run off from heat.
It is adhesive to prevent wash out and sling off. Moly
is a solid film lubricant with a low coefficient of
friction and an affinity for steel and other metals. The
moly decreases friction of the two counter-moving sliding
surfaces by filling in microscopic pores of the metal
surfaces and plating out over the surface. The fluid
component of GD-525 is a blend of synthetic hydrocarbon
base stocks, commonly called “synthetic oil“
(Groups IV & V). Hydro processed mineral oil or a
mineral/synthetic oil blend is not used. The synthetic
oil in the grease has a higher tolerance for heat than
mineral oil, which means GD-525 resists oxidation and
evaporation; the synthetic oil creates a stronger film of
lubricant than mineral oil. In combination, the
components of GD-525 provide exceptional capability to
reduce friction and wear over a long period of time.