Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Northwestern Iowa
Thanks for the info, always appreciated, I'm impressed with the chain lube regardless of the oil. I had originally thought about using Klotz synthetic oil but when it came to it I just popped the cash for the Royal Purple. I don't know what bad things you've heard but it's always nice to hear both sides. I'm a Mobil 1 and Valvoline fan myself but really got lost as far as what to run in the bike, when it comes down to it though, does it matter a whole lot? I might give the AmSoil a try sometime, but I think I might run some Silkolene this next change. I'm aksing myself, will this bike ever see the same brand oil more than once? If not, is it good for it? Screw it man, oil is oil, not exactly but the discussion has been brought out too many times.
The thread is titled as chain lube and that's what I wanted to share with everyone, my chain tracks true now when the wheel is rotated up on the stand, so that there impresses me. I'll have to take your suggestion sometime though, teflon sounds good.
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