PJ1 Black Label Chain Lube

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PJ1 Heavy Duty "Black Label" Chain Lube
  • Heavy Duty "Black Label" chain lube is designed to penetrate deep into the pin space and rollers on standard chains
  • Thin-bodied formula penetrates chain links, then thickens to produce a long-lasting, water-repellent film
  • Absorbs pin and bushing shock to reduce chain stretching
  • Formulated for standard chains on street, touring and off-road bikes
  • Available in 5 fl. oz. (147ml) & 13 fl. oz. (384ml) Aerosol cans
  • PJ1 "Blue Label" is recommended for O-ring and X-ring chain applications
  • Item # 12508
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Best "Dry" Lube on the market

I've tried almost every chain lube known on the market so far, and chain cleaning products. This stuff is provides the best 2 or 3 season chain protection solution on the market. What makes this stuff special is that it changes viscosity during the chain's operation, during it's usable life span after application it continuously re-lubes the moving parts of the chain due to it converting from honey to liquid and back again. No other lube that i've tried does this, it will also do this type of physical transformation when used on hot days, so carefully measured application to prevent drips or spatter must be observed! This stuff can be messy, I laugh at the person who called it "Liquid Bubble Gum", in a way they are correct. I can only attribute the negative comments about it's messy nature mostly to improper application. The viscosity of this product when it comes out of the nozzle is very low, like hot honey only more fluid than that. Within 60 seconds of coming into contact with the air, it turns into a highly viscous honey-like consistency. The only way to properly apply this stuff is to use the application tube supplied and very light controlled pressure on the button, following the contour of the O-Rings on the chain. If done properly overspray is all but completely eliminated, and the viscosity of the chain fluid actually aids in controlling the flow rate during application. If you ride in foul conditions it does require frequent cleaning of the drive line assembly but it is a superior product for preventing rust from forming on the chains of street bikes. I prefer to clean the drive line with Honda branded chain cleaner, it is the most effective cleaner i've tried, I have tried many! This product is not appropriate for any use other than motorcycle chains, don't be foolish and use this on a bicycle..

EARider - March 20, 2017

(Maple Falls, WA)

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Neutral

I bought this as it was recommended by someone else. I warmed up my chain by riding it for a few minutes. cleaned it with kerosene and a grunge brush. applied this liberally to my chain and wiped off the excess with a towel. let it sit overnight. there was notable residue that had been flung to the sides/back of my motorcycle. I'll finish the can but I'll probably try another brand after this.

hugo - March 7, 2016

(El Paso, TX)

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Good stuff

Perfect for dry environments with clean roads, street bikes and race bikes. Extremely wet and dirty environments, Belray bluetac or SP1 bluetac graphite lube is optimal for this. Normally I don't swap out lubes by season but i'm finding the SP1 black is overwhelmed the cold rainy seasons i'm encountering here, where rain happens for days on end and can be extremely heavy. I ride year around so keeping the chain in good shape is essential.

EARider - November 5, 2015

(MapleFalls, WA)

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Save your chain

If you want to prolong the life of your chain, this is the way to go. It works great after you run your chain for a minute to heat it up.

Jason - October 1, 2015

(Charlotte, NC)

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black lable

good and thick but ends up all over your back rim

justin - November 23, 2012

(ruther glen, VA)

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LIQUID BUBBLE GUM

Blue label does stay on the chain but this krap is a nightmare!! I'm using this stuff on a race bike (BICYCLE), thank god I did'nt spray this krap on my Sportster. It immediately comes off the chain and gets into everything. A bicycle can only do 90 revs a min can you imagine 2000!!!

Vince - September 29, 2010

(Clifton, NJ)

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Best stuff

Best lube I've used so far. Bubbles out instead of spraying all over, saving my tire so a major plus.

Peter - August 26, 2010

(Lexington, KY)

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It does it job

I purchased this hoping that it would have minimal drip. I have to say its no better or worse than all the other brands and types I used. Previously I used a Teflon lube in the past that never dripped, but it wasn't a great lasting lube. As a lube, this does very well and lasts. Even with the drip, I would purchase again.

K Mac - August 19, 2010

(Bloomington, IN)

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I'm sure this product does a good job, but I do not like it.

This is a very clingy oil which slings off making a mess. If you don't mind black goo all over your inner-fender area, it’s probably a good product for you because you would have to keep applying liberally to get the dirt it attracts to fling out of your chain. I cleaned my chain of this product and went with a drying lube, which probably does not do as good of a job, so I lube more often. At least I don't have all the dirt stuck in my chain any more.

Dave - August 10, 2010

(Painesville, OH)

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Black Label Chain Lube

This stuff is way better than the cheesy stuff you buy at Wal-Mart; it sticks on there. The only down side is it attracts dirt like a mother, if this didn’t it would be perfect.

tyler n - July 20, 2010

(surprise, AZ)

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good stuff!

I have used the Black Label PJ1 lube for years. I found a can of Liquid Wrench Chain Lube in the store and picked it up to use....big mistake. What a mess; way too light weight, did not stick to my chain. I am using it up on my chainsaw just to use it. I will stick to the old faithful Black Label PJ1. I put it on my warm chain when I get home so it can soak in overnight, and it stays put. I think I get good life out of my chain using it too. I use a non-sealed chain (not an O-ring type), thus the BLACK LABEL.

B B - July 12, 2010

(Dalton, OH)

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PJ1 - Black Label Chain Lube

Lube is fine, slings off like any other chain lube, got on outside of painted chain guard and it is a nightmare to clean off without destroying the paint...works well though.

Rich - October 7, 2009

(Lawrenceville, GA)

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PJ1 - Black

Good stuff. I've used it on my dirt bikes for 20+ years. I've never had any chain failures due to lubrication problems. Other than fling off, I have no problems with it and I'll take the fling off anyday as opposed to using a chain lube that doesn't fling off and doesn't lubricate. I highly recommend this product.

Jon - October 5, 2009

(Hallettsville, TX)

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PJ1

I've used PJ chain lube both blue and black for nearly 30 years. It's good stuff. I've tried others including some high dollar synthetic chain lubes and have always come back to PJ1 black for dirt and blue for the street. When you clean the chain it comes clean and shows no wear with hardly any or very little stretch.

J R - April 28, 2009

(Austin, TX)

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chain lube

Used this for my o-ring dirt bike chain. Seems to lubricate well…followed instructions but still had quite alot of it sling off. Better to have a bit of sling than a dirty noisy chain. I recommend this stuff

scott - March 30, 2009

(saint george, UT)