Yamalube Molybdenum Disulfide Grease for engine

When I rebuild my engines I normally use trans oil for the trans gears and premix oil for engine parts like the power valve. When I was ordering parts I noticed that RockyMountian has Yamalube Molybdenum Disulfide Grease for $6.99 so I said that's cheap so I go it. Now I was going to use it but the manual calls for  Molybdenum Disulfide Oil on the PV and Trans parts. Should I still use the Yamalube Molybdenum Disulfide Grease or just do it they way I always did? I seen on the net that Moly can make the clutch slip. Don't know if that's true or not.



I used a variety of things over the years for assembly, but for two strokes I now use 2 stroke oil for the top end, and a generic engine assembly lube from NAPA for seals, transmissions, and 4 strokes. I don't think it matters too much what you use, but I always do an oil change after a short run time in case there are any contaminants.

I just did it the way I always did.


Thx for the reply.

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