Copper grease is intended for high heat and specifically (to reduce brake squeal) on the backs of car brake pads.
The idea is that even if the grease in the copper grease mix gets baked solid or chemically broken down the particles of copper will still remain.
Copper grease has almost no use on a bike, possible use on back of disc brake pads.
Copper grease MUST NOT BE USE ON ALUMINIUM parts. Copper grease will worsen (may even cause) galvanic corrosion.http://www.cdcorrosion.com/mode_corrosi ... lvanic.htm
Threaded parts on bikes can rust and or sieze over time and through washing (even without power washing) so might be an idea to use Loctite thread lock .http://www.loctiteproducts.com/products ... 8&plid=153
Wow, a 7 year thread ressurection. A world record?