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Moly Wax on Front Range Snow

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Any opinions / experience?

I've heard from a few knowledgeable folk that us Front Rangers should be mixing Moly with our normal Hydro (1:1). I've used moly as base prep, but I've never applied it as an everyday wax. Is what I'm hearing good advise? (cuz' after a long, slow summer, I wanta go FAST!!!)

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Moly is used to counteract the electrostatic effects of dry snow that contribute to friction. It is also used in wet snow to repel dirt. It is also somewhat of a speed additive. It is similar to graphite; both are lubricants, but moly has a lower coefficient of friction (means it is faster) than graphite. I sell it in a wax with high fluoro that makes it even faster.
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