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Ok, this ought to start a long running debate. What chain lube do you use on your Bonneville/T100 Hinckley Twin?
 

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On 2006-04-24 07:36, wenzel850 wrote:
Dan,

Dupont Multi-Lube. I only found it in Lowe's home center's.
It's a wax that sticks to both your chain and rear wheel very well.
LOL, if it's sticking to the rear wheel than I don't think it's sticking to the chain. :wink:

I have some stuff from Belray. Super Clean Chain Lube
It doesn't fling off. Just cleaned my rear wheel yesterday and whatever dirt was on there washed right off.
 

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On 2006-04-24 07:55, d2mini wrote:

I have some stuff from Belray. Super Clean Chain Lube
It doesn't fling off. Just cleaned my rear wheel yesterday and whatever dirt was on there washed right off.
I use this also. I just pulled my wheel and cleaned the rear sprocket which was pretty messy after 8500 miles. This lube does not fling so the rear wheel does stay fairly clean.
 

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Some castrol product that the dealer recommended. Moderate fling onto the rear wheel.

However, the front sprocket cover was a thing from the black lagoon when I removed it to put my 18T on. Yuck!!!!

Looking for a bit stickier product this year.


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