Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Stony Plain (West of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
I use WD myself on countless bikes over the last 30+ years. If it didn't work or gave any issues I would probably have stopped by now. Full disclosure I don't do much rain riding but all my locks get the same treatment including truck/trailer/house/rv.
Not sure if you are aware but the "WD" in WD-40 stands for "Water Displacing" so an added benefit is that it displaces any residual water in your ignition whereas the graphite will stick and become a paste. I think the step that most people are missing with the WD is to blow out the ignition with an air compressor after spraying. Hold a rag over top because this can get messy, but it does an incredible job of cleaning out the ignition. A tiny shot of lightweight lube after blowing out the ignition and it works better than new.
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