How too lube a Loop 900


#1

So i found that the bearing has no lube in it when it is mailed to you. But which lube do u use? i read it and it said that you could use thick lube or thin lube which is better and what are the advantages??


#2

Thick lube is more responsive and better for 2a, if you don’t have some 3 in 1 oil is great for looping.


#3

thick lube may make it TOO responsive. id go with plain ol’ thin lube. thick is, well thick. thin is thin. thin is better for around the world/ random string stricks instead of looping :stuck_out_tongue:


#4

If you’re just looping, I suggest thick lube. It’ll make it much easier to loop. But unless you are doing sleeper loping tricks, 1 or 2 big drops of thin lube might work.

Thin lube can be sewing machine oil or trumpet oil.