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Old 03-25-2012, 11:25 PM   #61
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I like to lube my chain only after a good ride where the chain has been warmed up and the lube inside has expanded and been forced out. My thinking is that when the chain cools down it will draw in some of the fresh lube that I just put on, past the o rings where it really needs to be.

Dam come to think about it.....I just put on a brand new chain and sprocket set. It just hit it's 500 mile mark... Should have oiled it up when I got home.
The rubber actually expands at a greater rate than the metal. So a warm chain's oring seals better than a cold chain, infact. The only real chance you have of getting oil past the o-ring is in extremely cold conditions.
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