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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

Chain oiler

anyone tried these:

Tutoro

any good?

Cheers in advance.

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  • Posted 2 years ago (04 May 2013 19:22)

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tim8061

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Posts: 113

tim8061 says:

Love it

Yes, I got the manual one and love it.


Pros: Small, light, simple to fit, cheap. Great for weekend riders like myself.

Cons: Have to remember to turn it on and off! The on/off valve also sets the flow rate and has a very small movement between high and low rates. The delivery nozzle is fragile so if you get it out of line the sprocket eats it quickly (not a problem if you have a workshop with access to heat shrink tubing as you can easily make another).  

So yes I like it as it's maintenance free and virtually invisible on the bike. 

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mostlyslowly

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mostlyslowly says:

eric

i've got a scott, and a pdoiler. i won't buy another scottscott. the pd is much easier to operate consistently

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

and

the plot thickens.


cheers for the feedback

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