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chain clean 611 by motorex

Any body use this? My friends that have a bike shop here tried this on the race bike chain and it was pretty fuggen clean. check it out: http://www.webbikeworld.com/motorcyc...hain-clean.htm


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nope, but not a bad alternative to WD-40 or whatever else people use.

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Desiel fuel works great and costs two bucks a gallon.
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I would rather my hands smell like a household cleaning agent than diesel fuel. You could also use kerosene. You would have to take the back tire off and let the chain soak in it and the wipe it down. This stuff you just spray on and wipe off.


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I don't worry much about how my hands smell. To clean the chain with diesel I scrub the chain with an old toothbrush as I rotate the rear wheel then wipe it down with some paper towels. Then I take the bike out to warm up the chain and apply a good lube like PJ1 Black Label.
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buy yourself a gallon of kerosene and a tool called THE GRUNGE BRUSH.
chain will clean up like new every time. I wear rubber gloves and don't get a drop of that kerosene on me. The brush has a nice long handle of 7" or so is fully adjustable for different sized chains and has lasted me about three years so far and still going strong.

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buy yourself a gallon of kerosene and a tool called THE GRUNGE BRUSH.
chain will clean up like new every time. I wear rubber gloves and don't get a drop of that kerosene on me. The brush has a nice long handle of 7" or so is fully adjustable for different sized chains and has lasted me about three years so far and still going strong.
I've been thinking about pickin' up one of those brushes but I was afraid it was just another gimmick tool. So it works pretty good?

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I went to a race and a guy from a shop gave me some new stuff from kawi. I was all tapped out. so waxed the chain and went out. HOLLY TITS!!!! Now i want more but dont know what it was all i know is it was green and foamy. and made by kawi. But wow no sling shaved a tenth and reaaaalllly nice. have nooo idea what it was....sht
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I've been thinking about pickin' up one of those brushes but I was afraid it was just another gimmick tool. So it works pretty good?
on the Grunge Brush. It works like a champ. Kerosene and the brush cleans a chain like new.
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I have a Grunge Brush but I like my wife's toothbrush better. If does make her taste a little funny after I clean my chain.
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