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Honda Chain Cleaner and Lube


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I have been using a SEA 90 grade oil on my Wave chain works ok ,with it being an  enclosed chain  ,does not get a lot of <deleted> ,just dry .

I get about 20k km  out of a chain ,now if I had a big bike I might use it ,but it would be like all chain oil's,put too much on ,cover the back of the bike in oil ,not enough a dry chain .

 

A look at Lazada you can get the Scott type chain oiler ,from my UK bike days ,they were good to prolonged the life of a chain.

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17 minutes ago, kickstart said:

A look at Lazada you can get the Scott type chain oiler ,from my UK bike days ,they were good to prolonged the life of a chain.

Those Scott oilers are terrible. Over oil the chain. Attracts crud, and flings all the muck up into your shock linkage.

Go to GT Rider, see the problems DavidFL - site founder - encountered with his, and why it was removed.

Might work OK in UK where the rain washes it off, but junk here,

As I run an O Ring chain, all I want is to clean off the crud. The actual chain links need no lube - sealed for life

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