Main Motorcycle: '03 Sprint ST
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: 'noog, TN - USA
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I used a "loobman" oiler and the chain and sprockets have lasted 40k miles with one ajustment.
Yes I do get a little oil on the bike but it is easy enough to clean off.
I just use left over engine oil from regular changes to top the resevior up.
Chain appears oily and relatively clean all of them time.
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Originally Posted by rsscha
I prefer dry on my bicycles because the gunk doesn't seem to be as bad.
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