Finish Line had two new interesting products on display – one to break through rust, and one to keep suspension working like new. Chill Zone is supposed to release seized parts by freezing and contracting the metal, then penetrating to loosen the parts. I think we’ve all had that commuter, or triathlete come into the shop with some super rusted out parts that Chill Zone would come in handy for. No word if it will eat through styrofoam like PB Blaster, but is does say Low Odor formula, so that’s a plus. Max Suspension fluid is designed to decrease stiction in both forks and shocks, whether it’s brand new and just breaking in, or it’s seen its share of miles. Max Suspension Spray claims to help condition rubber gaskets and o-rings keeping things smooth. Chill Zone will go for $12.99 a bottle, while Max Suspension Spray is $9.99.


  1. Suspension spray sounds like a good way to bilk customers with a fix in can that doesn’t really do anything . Especially since the wiper seals on a fork are made to wipe the stanchions clean.

What do you think?