Never Buy Chain Lube Again? Comparison Test

19 Bal 2019
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Could the answer be so simple? Are we really overcomplicating it? Find out as we slide into the slippery world of motorcycle chain lubes armed with rigorous tests and our typically non-lubricated sense of humour.
Gear breakdown:
Gear Oil :
Oxford Mint Dry Weather Lube :
Motul C5 Chain Lube Paste :
Muc-Off All-Weather Chain Lube :
Maxima Chain Wax -
Bel-Ray Blue Tac Chain Lube -
WD-40 Multi-Purpose Lubricant :

Cinematographer & Editor : Aneesh Shivanekar

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  • Full disclosure: I used a half-empty bottle of Canadian Tire gear oil because I had one lying around and never expected it to win. *Oops.* If you actually decide to buy some, it behooves us to mention that F9 and RZ also sell gear oil. Link in description. ~RF9

    FortNineFortNinePrieš metus
    • any take on this ->

      aprofromukaprofromukPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Great idea apart from the fact it'll likely swell and destroy the o-rings. Killing the chain in record time. I've see it literally hundreds of times, people cut corners or are to tight to buy chain lube and use engine oil or equivalent. Really surprised you overlooked this. In my experience WD40 is the worst. People use it as a chain cleaner then wonder why after a couple of months the o-rings are poking out for between the links 😨

      Superbike Surgery LtdSuperbike Surgery LtdPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • @Steve Savage yes it works and i like it, but for how long. I heard that you have to reapply it every 100km

      Sotiris ParmakisSotiris ParmakisPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • Nice test, but, did not test durability of the lube on rollers.

      Sotiris ParmakisSotiris ParmakisPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • @Grevius A,

      Rakesh KumarRakesh KumarPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • You’re simply the best motorcycle LTworlds channel there is!

    Bishal BanerjeeBishal BanerjeePrieš 15 val
  • I gotta say GearOil is really amazing.

    The SpeedDemonThe SpeedDemonPrieš 2 dienas
  • How appropriate would it be to use the Motul C5 paste on a bicycle chain?

    Mariah VandiverMariah VandiverPrieš 5 dienų
  • Think I use muck-off just because of the smell

    Eli SaucoEli SaucoPrieš 6 dienų
  • Did you allow the Maxima wax to set before some of these tests? I'm sure instructions would say to allow time for the solvent to evaporate before use. I have a hard time believing that stuff would fling off at all once it sets. To be fair you should test under the manufacturers instructions. Maybe you did? From my experience, that chain wax dries to a pretty adhering semi solid that would stay put much better than gear oil.

    schlooonginatorschlooonginatorPrieš 7 dienų
  • What about marine gear oil?

    Joel PetersonJoel PetersonPrieš 9 dienų
  • So gear oil? Is the solution... good

    MrRubenozMrRubenozPrieš 10 dienų
  • Loved the it - project farm for bike stuff

    Greg BennGreg BennPrieš 10 dienų
  • Well..good vid.BUT...maxima says to allow it to sit for a certain amount of time(I usually wait 30 mins).It will NOT fling as your test result showed.Plus I generally take a cloth and lightly go over the chain just after spraying it liberally.Fling is virtually non-existent.It will fling if you ride immediately after applying. I also clean the chain with kerosene and a basting brush at around 400-600 mile intervals.This works very well. Great vid though...very informative(as usual). Gear oil works very well also if the excess is wiped off before riding.But it still will fling and leave spots on the wheel and some bodyparts.

    20H2SEninja20H2SEninjaPrieš 11 dienų
  • Your chain is gonna be as useless as a ventilated condom

    Joey MorettiJoey MorettiPrieš 12 dienų
  • 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Joey MorettiJoey MorettiPrieš 12 dienų
  • Back many years ago my father used three chains all non o ring long before that time he used to heat them in lamb fat then hung to dry. used lamb fat as it is a natural waterproofing agent with it lanolin

    Malcolm RaynerMalcolm RaynerPrieš 12 dienų
  • I will try and continue listening oh, but once you mention that WD-40 is anywhere in the realm of lubrication and rust prevention I almost fell on the floor I didn't even understand why you had it on your table. WD-40 is not a lubricant. It is a solvent. And it's designed to displace water from wet ignition systems so that they will run in the wet. It was designed for World War II and Korean War where are we used a supply line of Dodge trucks so that you could keep them running in the rain. Please don't get WD-40 near anything that needs to be lubricated. I have seen it cause Firearms to lock up in mid cycle and be unable to be made safe because they're stuck in mid cycle with live ammo in them. I have seen chain lube that does not sling off of chains in any way shape or form and still leaves the metal damp. And the other thing that you can use is to squirt a little bit of Z Max on to it and it will soak into Steel. Have been, if I still used a motorcycle with a chain on it which I haven't done in almost fifty years now. I would spray dry Teflon on it. Otherwise I tend to run a shaft on my motorcycles it's a lot nicer ride.

    44 Hawk44 HawkPrieš 12 dienų
  • Really well done, other than possibly not letting the wax lube dry before starting the test. That’s a pretty important part of using wax lubes.

    Katie TrotterKatie TrotterPrieš 13 dienų
  • Please do one of these on air filter oils / lubricants!

    Daniel GarciaDaniel GarciaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Superb reveiew. I could not find Motomaster synthetic gear oil online. I wonder if the other gear oil brands would perform the same?

    Arhon AnkhkaraArhon AnkhkaraPrieš 13 dienų
  • Maybe a thicker 90-140 gear oil could do a better job with splashing??

    TrantasTrantasPrieš 14 dienų
  • My bikes manual (vfr 800 99') says to use gear oil and i thought it was some old rubbish....well p.s. The winner of the chain cleaner was Ipone but they also have a chain lubricant. Why isn't it on this video?

    TrantasTrantasPrieš 14 dienų
  • Don’t need to on dirt bikes, Cross Training (on YT) never has and says they’re the same

    Ethan AdeyEthan AdeyPrieš 14 dienų
  • I found this video to be not only extremely informative but also rather stimulating. Thanks bro!

    Jaxx RocketJaxx RocketPrieš 14 dienų
  • Is Honda chain lube with molly okay for a 400ex?

    infinity8x3infinity8x3Prieš 14 dienų
  • Can you repeat the experiments with a regina / bmw motorcycle maintenance free chain?

    hoihoihoi1951hoihoihoi1951Prieš 15 dienų
  • THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU❗ This video is proof that you are THEE BEST on YT❗ You have saved me 💰 . Growing up we used to lube our bicycle and minibike chains with used motor oil. Now I will graduate to Wal-Mart 75-90 gear oil...just happen to have some.😎🤹🤸🎉🎊 Thanks again🦆

    Davey SmithDavey SmithPrieš 15 dienų
  • Out of curiosity I checked my owners manual and Yamaha says “NOTICE: Do not use engine oil or any other lubricants for the drive chain, as they may contain substances that could damage the O-rings.” Ryan would you soak some of these o-rings for a day or two and observe any changes like swelling, loss of or increase in flexibility etc.? I would do it myself but then I would miss out on another outstanding informative and entertaining video.

    joe websterjoe websterPrieš 15 dienų
  • Chains originally were never meant to run in the open but in a oil bath which of course isn't practical on a cycle. In industrial settings that I worked in they were in oil baths for conveyors and such with some untouched for over 20 years only to replace the electric motor driving them.

    Go ahead make our day Scooter & PeanutGo ahead make our day Scooter & PeanutPrieš 16 dienų
  • Robbie rotten 🤣

    Owen LewisOwen LewisPrieš 16 dienų
  • I don't even own a motorcycle and love the Jeremy Clarkson-esque review.

    Speedstack21Speedstack21Prieš 20 dienų
  • I have a Scott Oiler and a regular chain that requires spraying. I wish you had mentioned that but it's king of tough to compare.

    Christopher KingChristopher KingPrieš 20 dienų
  • What no heat? Waste of time

    Reegan BusbyReegan BusbyPrieš 21 dieną
  • Using heavy hydraulic for my Enduro Dirtbike chains for years and i am quite happy with the results: i use a pressure Washer to clean them and use a brush to apply the oil generously on the chain. I then turn the rear wheel to work the oil into the chain.

    ear lukeear lukePrieš 22 dienas
  • I will never buy chainlube either and i haven't for at least 10 years. If you involve sand and dirt, nothing at all is the best alternative. It's clean, environmental friendly, cheap and the chain lasts just as long.

    klasraiddesignsklasraiddesignsPrieš 24 dienas
  • Confirms what I've been doing for years, WD40 for cleaning followed by gear oil lube.

    acap650acap650Prieš 24 dienas
  • (After watching your chain cleaner product video) now I'm wondering how about Ipone x-trem chain lubricant??

    ManolofightManolofightPrieš 26 dienų
  • Chain oiler. You can make your own but Scottoiler are good. Beats carrying round gear oil and a toothbrush on a long trip, plus the chain is always lightly oiled. Tends to attract more dirt to the surfaces it lands on (swing arm wheel), but makes cleaning easier. 'O' rings definitely seal better and create less friction if they are wet. The rollers are always lubricated and dirt and grit 'fling' off if you use lighter weight oil. The lubes you use make dirt stick to the chain. The ones with solvent bases that are meant to be tacky and resist fling dry out and tear the 'O' rings. The longest test I did with a Scottoiler was 60,000 miles on an OEM chain Yamaha FJ1200 - There was hardly any elongation when I sold it, the witness marks showed the rollers were still sitting right between the teeth of the sprocket. The latest test is on a DID chain - Triumph Sprint GT. 50,000km and I have changed tyres more often than I have needed to adjust the chain.

    A C RossA C RossPrieš 26 dienų
  • My current solution is a Chinese copy of the Nemo chain oiler bought for 14GBP (16USD?) with 80/90 gear oil. I'm not even sure it's a copy I think the Nemo is the chinese made unit rebadged. I've also found wiping a clean chain with ACF50 (use as little as possible and let it dry before riding) works pretty well...

    Sailing Rona AKA Breezy RiderSailing Rona AKA Breezy RiderPrieš 26 dienų
  • I love your test procedures and I'm a bit sad that your channel is pretty much entirely focused on motorbikes. She who must be obeyed has said I'm not allowed to have a motorbike any longer so the horsepower that gets applied via chain to my back wheel is somewhat lower these days. With that out of the way I was wondering if there is any chance of a follow up test. When it comes to pushbikes pretty much the ultimate in lubes is paraffin and PTFE. I was wondering how this would fair on motorbike chains. Oz Cycle does a great video or 2 on making and applying chain wax.

    Alan HAlan HPrieš 29 dienų
  • 8:21 what kind of backing pad is that?

    Eraovius's ClassicEraovius's ClassicPrieš mėn
  • This video is terrible. It is neither funny nor trustworthy testing and interpretation of data. It is misleading.

    Miguel PMiguel PPrieš mėn
  • How about applying gear oil and then applying muc off all weather protection?

    Jowan YoungJowan YoungPrieš mėn
  • It looks like some weird BTAS scene without actual big tits.

    Le CobraLe CobraPrieš mėn
  • you should have tried dry graphite

    Clinton WoodyClinton WoodyPrieš mėn
  • Hundreds of places to search for info on the interweb - but NONE as comprehensive as these from ryANORAK Fortnine. Ryan - you are a legend. You are always my deciding factor when I am overloaded with opinions. The detail, science and genuine passion for our hobby / sport that you two put in - is utterly infectious. Ride on brother (but don't forget to lube your chain first 😊)

    Paul SmythPaul SmythPrieš mėn
  • This is seriously one of the most informative videos I've ever seen on LTworlds.

    TheYeetus14TheYeetus14Prieš mėn
  • For about 6 months I have stopped applying any lube to the chains on my 2 bikes.Following the advice of Neevesy from MCN I simply clean the chain after every ride using WD40 and paper towels.The chains are always spotless.The theory is that any lube applied will attract grit and form a grinding paste.So keep the grit away and the chain will last a long time...the WD40 just stops the chain rusting.I find it hard to accept that any lube on the chain will prevent wear on the sprockets.Anyway I cover 10,000 miles a year so I will soon find out if the chains start to deteriorate.But up to now the chains look good with no obvious signs of wear.You can buy 4 litres of WD40 and a spray bottle off Ebay for £24.I simply hoist the bike up on the Abba Stand and just spray and wipe about 8 inches at a time as I spin the rear wheel.Takes less than 5 minutes.

    Tony RichardsTony RichardsPrieš mėn
  • I clean my chain with wd 40 lube with gear oil

    JayJayPrieš mėn
  • I wanted a 12min video about lube and chains and I don't have a bike :)

    mahee bashirmahee bashirPrieš mėn
  • Thanks a lot

    Aziz DAziz DPrieš mėn
  • Hhmmm wd40 once a year will work week enough...

    Berry McocknerBerry McocknerPrieš mėn
  • Awesome content! I really enjoy watching your videos, very informative and straight to the point.

    Daniel CardonaDaniel CardonaPrieš mėn
  • Just when the video gets rolling, a dumb commercial drops in. Arrrgh!

    carol tengecarol tengePrieš mėn
  • Always a great job, thanks for info.

    Jeff McKieJeff McKiePrieš mėn
  • ACF50 works wonders to prevent corrosion on m/c chains. I still use kerosene to clean and gear lube on conventional chains on my dual sport.

    Re booterRe booterPrieš mėn
  • You are the only one that has is scamming don’t listen to this dumb ask!!

    Hayden HarrisonHayden HarrisonPrieš mėn
  • loved this video. Very meticulous and scientific approach. Just want to add my 2 cents about Chain Wax (Maxima) While it landed at 5th place, I believe that it partly because it takes some time to dry. like 30 mins or more. Once dry it is barely tacky to the touch. I think if it had been given more dry time it would have scored much higher in Splatter, and probably Grit as well. Which likely could have made it come in at least 2nd place due to it's great scores in Rust and Roller. I typically clean and lube my chain after washing my bike and then put it away. so it always gets hours to dry.

    tyler mackenzietyler mackenziePrieš mėn
  • I asked my roommate to help me lube my chain... they moved out. I still don’t understand why.

    16-Bit Bernie16-Bit BerniePrieš mėn
  • Witch is best engine oil or gear oil for bike chain

    Achyut DharmanaAchyut DharmanaPrieš mėn
  • I don’t really mind spending $13 for a can of lube for a $13k bike. Seems like money well spent💯🏍

    24james24jamesPrieš mėn
  • 👍

    Doug NashDoug NashPrieš mėn
  • Im about to use WD-40 Lubricant as my chain lube and I will once the store opens

  • Interflon Fin Super chain lube Nuff said

    Martin BurtonMartin BurtonPrieš mėn
  • just found a big clump of lube on a newold bike i bought.. all bound up with grit under the front sprocket guard, gearbox oil people...use it. chain lube is bs.

    KalKalPrieš mėn
  • I love your videos. Always funny, way informative, filled with facts and entertaining to the last second. You remind me of the old "Shell Answer Man."

  • Lube Test (PG-13). Hilarious 😁🤣🤪

    Ayon PalAyon PalPrieš mėn
  • The Maxima lube won't pick up grit or fling if you wait long enough for the solvent carrier to evaporate.

    draftwooddraftwoodPrieš mėn
  • Heyyyyy what's wrong with a ventilated condom!!??????? Good stuff Ryan, you keep me entertained while getting my full attention to learn something new . Well done sir

    Anthony McfarlaneAnthony McfarlanePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I stopped buying chain lube altogether. I bought a Kawasaki Concours 14

    kaw boykaw boyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I dont lube my x-ring chains with "chain lube". Instead after a day of riding I'll lightly spray PB Blaster on the chain and leave it. It appears to prevent rust for long periods of time and soaks under the rollers. Chains last for a long time...

    CrazystuffyouseeCrazystuffyouseePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I’ve never used chain lube in my bike and never ever would no matter what it’s entirely useless

    Cedric CrowCedric CrowPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Can you make your test with chainsaw lube ? i think it's better than gear box lube on all points.

    Dominique CharbonnelDominique CharbonnelPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I'm planning to use Castrol Scooter Gear Oil 80W90 to lube my chain. But most scooter gear oils have GL5 rating. Will it damage the rubber rings on our chain?

    Harith DaudHarith DaudPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • @robert kvasnika thanks for your input man.

      Harith DaudHarith DaudPrieš 2 mėnesius

      robert kvasnikarobert kvasnikaPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • You shouldn't have any problem with GL5 but if you want more peace of mind there are plenty GL4 gearbox oils available on the market.

      robert kvasnikarobert kvasnikaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I have no idea why youtube recommended me this, but I'll certainly will be trying using WD-40 to clean and some motor oil to lube the chain of my bicycle... :D

    Rhobson VanzellaRhobson VanzellaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • What about ACF-50?

    A Fool And His MoneyA Fool And His MoneyPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Used as anti-corrosion and protectant for frame and plastic. Shouldn’t be used in chain, wheels (brakes, forks, tires...)

      White VadorWhite VadorPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • What about WD40 Garage Door Opener Lube?

    mark goodemark goodePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Great video! Even though measuring the normal force that each bearing can carry isn’t actually a way to test lube quality rather than lube viscosity.

    Giorgio TrittoGiorgio TrittoPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I recently started using the Muc Off. My brand new (4000 miles) chain is already rusting several places. Its a week since I cleaned and lubed the chain.

    JohannesJohannesPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I fk'ing hate this guys voice, what a smarmy, condescending prick.

    Simon LyonsSimon LyonsPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Yes Chain wax maxima cause my Chain to die sooner

    the boss Izharthe boss IzharPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • With your chain making thousands of rotations every ride and servicing of it only being done periodically i would think the lube that stays put the longest would be best. You should have shown a X ring so people can see it's not a X but rather a O Ring with steps on the side. The steps reduce contact and have more surface area to hold lube.

    ken wiseken wisePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Well, I do really recommend that you CLEAN and then LUBE your motorcycle chain. If it wasn't for your safety I would suggest that you run your chain without lubrication. Ever. Bad things would happen. Really bad. Being with gear oil (there are better choices, like 90w140) or with a good spray lubricant, always lube the chain. And, Ryan, try to spray the chain with Motul C1, leave it over night before use. Then run the motorcycle. Test wether there is lubricant in the outer part of the rollers. I think you will be surprised. You can run the motorcycle in a stand to avoid being biased by dirt on the road. Good luck. Even if not faultless, your FARTs continue to be most interesting and informative.

    António NunesAntónio NunesPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Always take care of over spray at crime scene 😂

    waine doddwaine doddPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Excellent comparison, on level with Project Farm!

    IAleGIAleGPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Gear oil is mean't for gearboxes, not splashed up the back of my boot and leathers, and you don't want your X and O rings getting perished and breaking off either.

    zoe gloverzoe gloverPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Haha FART

    Uncle BadgerUncle BadgerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • @Fortnine A quick question so which one do you use for cleaning and lubricant of chain rather if you can suggest a best one to me.. Many Thanks

    Bhavik PanchalBhavik PanchalPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Whats with that foot on the blackboard?

    David WilliamsDavid WilliamsPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Why do you have to ruin all the false information I learned ?! Thanks great video actual facts ❤️

    Jordan YoungJordan YoungPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Also Motul lube is pretty much similar to the stuff chain manufacturer like DiD use. And there is nothing better than factory chain grease

    Liverpool BikerLiverpool BikerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • From pictures you provided i would say that cooking oil was the worst at rust prevention. while bel ray looked less rusty than WD-40, the rollers on WD40 are all rusty even more rusty than on muc off, although muc off has a lot more rusty pins.

    AnadiaSharkAnadiaSharkPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • CHAIN CLEANING: Courtesy of ROUGE RACING USA This just recently came up in conversation on another message forum where a couple riders had complained about their fairly new X-Ring high end chain had the x-rings literally falling apart. Many years ago I had personally experienced a similar issue with an OEM o-ring chain and what had happened is I had used a very stiff plastic bristle brush to clean the chain and the bristles actually started to tear at the rubber o-rings and cause them to fall apart. In this recently reported incident though the owners were stating that they did not use stiff bristle brushes etc, but there was a common denominator in that they were all using Motul Chain Cleaner. Now while the ingredients in the chain cleaner might not be caustic to the rubber o-rings or x-rings that does not mean that the propellant inside the can to get that detergent to the chain isn't. When I pulled the MSDS sheet on the chain cleaner it showed Butane & Propane as ingredients and both of those are deemed unsatisfactory for use with EPDM rubber. It was also stated in the Motul literature that the product was supposed to be applied in short bursts whereas the users were simply spraying it out of the can in long durations and rotating the wheel slowly by hand to coat the chain with the cleaner. This prolonged spraying allows the propellant in the can to saturate the rubber o-rings and start to deteorate them instead of evaporating quickly. Don't misconstrue I am not opposed to using Motul Chain Cleaner I am simply saying that if you do not use it correctly you may be subjecting your o-ring chain to premature failure. Additionally it is highly likely that it is not just Motul Chain Cleaner that this would be an issue with. I am reasonably sure other cleaners and even other brands of aerosol chain lubrication also contain propellants that are harmful to the rubber o-rings so too much of a good thing can easily become a bad problem. I was asked about my own chain maintenance and what I recommend. The short answer is I use WD-40 for cleaning and light lube at all times. When I take the time to actually lube the chain properly it is usually Repsol Chain Lube. For the sake of clarification I am not a fan of Repsol products as I find their engine oils to be very inferior, but their chain lube product is excellent. It sprays out of the can in a very fine, atomized and controlled mist and is easy to clean up if you get any overspray. I never use any type of chain wax which is absoutely worthless as mentioned above or any of the lubricants that are sticky/tacky. Anything that attracts dirt and debris is the exact opposite of what you want on your chain and can lead to some of that debris making contact with the rubber o-rings (x-rings) and damaging them.

    Marc PerrotMarc PerrotPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Thank you for sharing your experience. Much appreciated. 🤙🏻

      White VadorWhite VadorPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • The point is that Ryan's test does not indicate which affects(deteriorates) the "O" or "X" rings the least....

      Marc PerrotMarc PerrotPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Too Many words i guess

      Marc PerrotMarc PerrotPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I Love the FortNine videos and the fact they aren't just used to promote products they sell , but be informative while entertaining. For years (if my chain is dirty) have brushed on Kerosene and wipe clean, give it time to evaporate, then brush on the red chainsaw bar oil after each ride on my Mx, Enduro, Street and Trials bikes past and present

    brock Johnsonbrock JohnsonPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I'll probably be switching to oxford after seeing this

    Jrom TJrom TPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • How can wd40 evaporate in one test, but fling off excessively in another? It seems like it didnt get enough time in the flingtest for the carrier/propellant to evaporate. It would have been great to see some of wd40's specialist products, perhaps in a future test? :D Also, I dont think you can just add up the 4 test, and the one with highest average wins. Its even stated in the beginning that the rollers dont really need oil. And if a chain picks up a lot of grit, it will wear out the chain faster, despite its ability to prevent rust, or splatter. You can also use a combination of the stuff, like wd40 for cleaning and to use when you know you will pick up a lot of grit, and gear oil for commutes on tarmac.

    Jens EskildsenJens EskildsenPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Ryan I greatly appreciated your video on chain cleaners and I'm wondering: is there a specific reason for not including Ipone chain lube in this test?

    Luca ZollaLuca ZollaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Great video, and presentation! I have been using Ballistol on our Quads Chain for awhile now, I will continue to use it as in the past.

    Michigan Quad Trails & TalesMichigan Quad Trails & TalesPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I buy shaft drive bikes, to save all this trouble for someone else !

    flexjay87flexjay87Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • Can we extrapolate from these findings that gear oil coming out of an automatic chain oiler would be better still? Enquiring minds want to know.

    Thomas McGoldrickThomas McGoldrickPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Or get a Scottoiler full of gear oil and your chain will last 10x longer. (You will need to clean the back of the bike much more frequently.)

    Alexander Wooldridge SmithAlexander Wooldridge SmithPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • buy a shaft prob solved

    KeepinItWheelKeepinItWheelPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • You are the Carl Sagan of recreation.

    William Penn jr.William Penn jr.Prieš 2 mėnesius