Originally Posted by England-Kev
If you look up Caliper grease, it is easy to find in the US...
we just use it as an assembly grease. not as a bearing grease although there is no reason why you could not use it on headstock bearings, as it is waterproof.
Yes but that's the caliper grease with Moly in it usually. You don't really want to lube external rubber bits with that, makes a hell of mess. May not be compatible with brake fluids just like the sillycone type ones and that's primarly why I got rubber grease, brake calipers/MC rebuilds altough I have known for a long time about their rubber preservation properties.
As it says on the packaging for the PBR stuff up there.