Hey sports fans! Had the pleasure of testing two lubes on a stress machine: Weaponshield and Frog Lube. Weaponshield, four drops,was applied to the bearing surface. As pressure was applied to bearing, torque was measured on the torque wrench. The pressure was increased to the maximum on the wrench, 150 ft lbs, and was held at that level for a 30 count. There was no seizure of any kind. The machine continued to run with only a 4 AMP increase over a no load reading. I was able to take the bearing out of the machine and hold it in my hand! There was a small polished mark on the bearing at the contact area. Frog Lube, same test, four drops were applied to the bearing surface. As pressure was applied to the bearing, torque was measured on the torque wrench. At approximately 30 ft lbs of torque, seizure could be heard as the lubrication was being violated. At approximately 40 ft lbs of torque, the machine locked up completely. In my experience, the Frog Lube did no better than a synthetic oil I had previously tested.