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Yes you can. It is for reverse wheels. 

thank you. CousinUK recommends using lubeta V105 for reversing wheels. And Lubeta V106 for bearings. But I only bought Lubeta V106. Using V106 for reversing wheels is still as good as V105? Excuse me if the spelling is not good. I use Google translate.


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34 minutes ago, oldhippy said:

Yes you can. It is for reverse wheels. 

Would lubeta v106 solely suffice for reversers?  Or do we still need to add fixodrop, I hear fixodrop retains the oil in.

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I had a bottle of Lubeta V106 . Can't say i use it a lot. So when i open the bottle it was dry. Had closed as hard as i could . My experience say  9010 diluted in naptha is as good as Lubeta V106.  If you don't use it every day.  It's evoporates very fast  so gets thicker as times go by. 

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