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#1541960 - 07/23/09 07:04 PM Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease
Nick_Escalante Offline


Registered: 06/18/09
Posts: 58
Loc: RI, USA
I'm about to install a bunch of new front end parts, Moog brand, on my car, not a truck, that have zerk grease fittings. So I bought a tube of Super Tech Moly-Lithium grease. ( Extreme Pressure Grease )

Currently I have only Super Tech 'General Purpose' grease in my grease gun, which I relised was the wrong spec for automotive ball-joints, chassis points, bushings, etc...

Product Specs:
Base Type: Lithium 12 Hydroxy Stearate
Color: dark grey
N.I.G.I.: Grade 2
Water Resistance: Excellent
Drop Point: 350 Deg. F Minimum
Timken OK Load: 45 lbs.


Any opinions on this product? thanks.


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#1542056 - 07/23/09 08:10 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Nick_Escalante]
Hootbro Offline


Registered: 08/25/03
Posts: 1557
Loc: DELAWARE
Does what it says.

Just relabeled Mystik brand grease.
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#1555873 - 08/06/09 03:16 AM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Hootbro]
1993_VG30E_GXE Offline


Registered: 04/04/09
Posts: 355
Loc: Ontario, Canada
I've only used this grease on my tools for corrosion protection - it works for that so far, but then so would any.

I think your fine for chassis application. It would be nice to see the service rating though for TEMP - I couldn't find it anywhere on the web for that model.

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#1556056 - 08/06/09 09:34 AM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: 1993_VG30E_GXE]
FastSUV Offline


Registered: 01/18/09
Posts: 1081
Loc: oklahoma
I am pretty sure it is Sta=lube & not Mystik...besides, wal-mart sells the name-brand Mystik grease but none w/ moly \:\(
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#1588747 - 09/04/09 06:29 AM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: FastSUV]
jhenle Offline


Registered: 09/02/09
Posts: 107
Loc: NH
I need to lube up my car door hinges, since they all started creaking a week or so ago... tried a PTFE spray grease which stopped the creaking for about 2 days only. I have a tube of the Super Tech moly grease, I assume it will do nicely. Any thoughts?

(also, is there a way to temporarily thin this grease out? It's very thick and I'm not sure it can reach inside the hinge if not thinned a bit)


Edited by jhenle (09/04/09 06:40 AM)

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#1589161 - 09/04/09 02:13 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: jhenle]
Tempest Offline


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You can mix it with some solvent to thin it.
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#1589254 - 09/04/09 04:09 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Tempest]
mrsilv04 Offline


Registered: 12/08/06
Posts: 6526
Loc: Illinois
I use the SuperTech Moly-Lithium grease on everything... even though it doesn't taste so good on my toast in the morning.

It'll perform well for what you're going to use it to do. I use it on the front end of my pickup... which is used to build houses and is driven across construction sites.
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#2893942 - 02/03/13 01:23 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Nick_Escalante]
97K15004WD Offline


Registered: 12/11/11
Posts: 19
Loc: USA
Any Updates?

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#2894275 - 02/03/13 04:52 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Nick_Escalante]
shell_user Offline


Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 949
Loc: U.S.A.
I use it a lot, cant be that bad or horrible, as it gets the job done.

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#2894300 - 02/03/13 05:21 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Nick_Escalante]
buck91 Online   content


Registered: 04/17/12
Posts: 615
Loc: West Michigan
What's the deal with the lithium hydroxy thickener as opposed to lithium complex? Any compatibility issues?
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#2894689 - 02/03/13 11:30 PM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: buck91]
Gabe Offline


Registered: 02/22/11
Posts: 1418
Loc: Chicago, IL
Originally Posted By: buck91
What's the deal with the lithium hydroxy thickener as opposed to lithium complex? Any compatibility issues?


Here is a grease compatibility chart: LINKY LINK

You should still flush out any old grease before adding a different type - even compatible ones.

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#2894950 - 02/04/13 08:32 AM Re: Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease [Re: Nick_Escalante]
97K15004WD Offline


Registered: 12/11/11
Posts: 19
Loc: USA
Thanks Guys!

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