Of course you do. They will not allow you to do it without one, and the authorities are looking for this sort of abuse.:rolleyesbl1tz said:do you need a rear stand to lube the chain?
What's the matter? Yer bike not good enough to SHARE with ? :mad Ya gonna let a few chain lube spots on yer teeth get between the rider and bike bond? Hmmph, sounds like a two class system at work here :rolleyesHu99 said:
.....<toothbrush>......preferably one you won't be using for dental hygiene again..........
bl1tz said:do you need a rear stand to lube the chain?
I'm not, but I can't speak for her.Human said:
Lloyd, Blitz you folks coming to the Daytona Party ?
Simple answer to simple question...Kerosine is the way to go. Go down to Canadian Tire where they have some in the camping section. Put your bike on a stand and arm yourself with a soft toothbrush. Use kerosine to scrub and clean then apply chain lube and you're done. I'm no expert...I've just read about kerosine use for chains on the net, in my old katana manual, and that is what the RMS guys told me to do. Hope that helpsHuman said:
lol, thanks for the toothbrush advice, will do so. Now when you say lamp oil ? you mean "Kerosine" ? where would I get such a small amount ? or Diesel ?
So PH-Q2 I should clean it with diesel, go light with the scrubbing, and then lube it after ?
Bluestone said:bl1tz, if you wanna use my stand, you can come over with your bike or just pick up the stand from my place. But you live kinda far.... let me know. Or maybe we can clean our chains together....
don't anyone get any ideas about that...
April?:eek :eek Haven't you been riding in the salt? Dude, get some lube on that chain like yesterday.bl1tz said:let's do the chain lube stuff some time in april