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Old 01-24-2008, 08:57 AM   #21
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I use the stuff in the grey can that they sell at Motorcycles Unlimited.
I never even checked what the name is.

Patrick said it was good so I use that.
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Old 01-24-2008, 10:23 AM   #22
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WD-40 w/ rag to clean, PJ1 Blue to lube. I usually do it every 300 mi or after rain/wash.
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Old 12-06-2008, 12:25 PM   #23
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so only spray wd40 on the rag then wipe the chain is better?, lot of mechanics told me if you spray wd40 on the chain it will eat the o-rings



just put that out there, i dont want to make another thread
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WD-40 w/ rag to clean, PJ1 Blue to lube. I usually do it every 300 mi or after rain/wash.
I use the Pj1 clear lube i like it cause its not messy.
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clean with wd40 and then put chain wax lasts alot longer than lube
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so only spray wd40 on the rag then wipe the chain is better?, lot of mechanics told me if you spray wd40 on the chain it will eat the o-rings
just put that out there, i dont want to make another thread
I also read/hear about that, who knows but just in case I use "Simple Green" to degrease the chain and then apply "Maxima" or "Bel-Ray" chain lube.

I do not clean it very often unless I get caught in the rain.
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chain cleaner...its in a blue can and says "chain cleaner"
pj1...i think black label. not sure.
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at least twice a week. along with a good once over of everything to make sure its tight.

did yall know that WD40 was originally intended for use in the medical field but was unable to get approval from the FDA. true story.
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