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Old 08-26-2012, 02:01 AM   #31 (permalink)
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<...>I am trying to not sound like an advertisement for the item, but it is so simple and works so well.
Let us know how it's going six months on, if you don't mind.

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Some friends and I have just installed a chain oiler. It is a Tutoro. we got it from the UK for around $80.00. It is so simple. No drilling into any of the bikes systems. Have a look at the videos at, www.tutorochainoiler.com, I am trying to not sound like an advertisement for the item, but it is so simple and works so well.
Yep Ive one aswell,don't use anything else,works a treat
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I use mostly Lanotec (spray on heavy duty Lanonin) and have done for a couple of years now.

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I use mostly Lanotec (spray on heavy duty Lanonin) and have done for a couple of years now.

Does the trick of me.
Yep, still using it. I'm beginning to think the bike will wear out before the current chain and sprockets.
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