Wasn't a pizza box, but a rectangular box with that a cb radio came in (I'm a truck driver).
Version 2.0 needs to not leak onto the garage floor, and have a higher "lid" that can be cut to shape to provide more protection for the wheel and fit closer behind the sprocket. I'll figure it out, have a few thoughts.
That's after I was done. I did go heavier than normal as I was prepping the bike for an almost 500 mile ride and with a threat of rain first thing out and possibly near the end of the day also. Figured a little extra wouldn't hurt.
I've been using the same thing, but the larger model- a box from luggage that I ordered. Curious- can anyone actually lube a chain so that it a) adequately lubes the thing, and b) does not fling any lube off onto those great spoked wheels? After 2 decades of swearing that I would only own shaft/belt drive- I came back to the chain because I fell in love with a thrux. I HATE that I clean the bike and one ride later there is lube on the back wheel. Is there a technique to this and I never got the memo? I really try to keep it modest, but if I am am going to lube every chain link, it must add up to some volume of lube that is too much.
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