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masterofpuppets

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cleaning my chain.

iv'e bought a brand new ER-6F  6 weeks ago and it's showing a little sign of rust on the chain can i clean and lubicrate my chain without it effecting my warranty?

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  • Posted 3 years ago (08 May 2012 17:53)

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Boltysan

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Boltysan says:

How many?

Jeez. how many ER-6F's did you buy?


Of course you can clean and lube your chain, that's kind of like asking if you can wash your bike and not have that Affect your warranty...

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preunit

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preunit says:

Paraffin

to degrease the chain with a tooth brush/paint brush.

Gear box oil to lube it with another paint brush, after a good ride when the chain is warm.

No warranty issues my friend.

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robsot

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robsot says:

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personally i would clean the old shite off with a WD40 soaked rag, then apply new Wurth dry chain wax.. 

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

chain

WD40 fucks up O ring chains. Chain lube is a waste of money.

See your original string for the better advice.

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robsot

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robsot says:

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LOL.. WD40 has never harmed my chains.. and wurth dry chain lube is good stuff..

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