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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-13-2007, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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Scottsoiler??

So I have been looking at buying a scottsoiler for my '06 F4i and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this product. I am wondering about time for install, how effective it works and anything else that would help. Thanks.
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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-13-2007, 01:35 PM
 
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seems effective enough, though its oil.. seems like 2 -3 drips per mile would get messy.. at high speeds you'd have it on your rim, but i may be completely wrong.. i am interested in hearing aobut anyone with it actually installed also
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Please explain what that is for those of us who have no clue.
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Please explain what that is for those of us who have no clue.
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I thought it was fertalizer for the yard or something.
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I thought it was fertalizer for the yard or something.
So did I. Thought I might need some with my TurfBuilder Plus Weedcontrol
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So did I. Thought I might need some with my TurfBuilder Plus Weedcontrol
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I thought it was fertalizer for the yard or something.
Its an automatic chan lube. http://www.scottoiler.com/
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Ill just stick with doing it myself..
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Ill just stick with doing it myself..
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http://www.scottoiler.com/

Its a auto chain lubing system... he spelled it wrong

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Its a auto chain lubing system... he spelled it wrong
with that being corrected... now it sounds like something for the toilet.




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Actually this tread just reminded me to go clean the toilet bowl cleaner out of the bowl since it sat for 10 minutes.

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Remember, grasshopper. O'ring chain not need lube, need cleaning only. Scott oiler on o'ring chain make no sense.
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Maybe he's talking about a Scotts Oil filter? The reusable steel type?.
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aint those like for chainsaws? and olda$$ dirt bikes?
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Remember, grasshopper. O'ring chain not need lube, need cleaning only. Scott oiler on o'ring chain make no sense.
Most new bikes come with o-ring chains, right?

If that's true, why does the owner's manual say to lube the chain all the time, and why does the dealer do it on every bike that goes in?
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The O-ring or X-ring chain require less lube than before but it's still prudent to clean the chain and lube JUST A LITTLE BIT now and then. If you don't clean the chain then the debris will destroy the chain regardless. And a little bit of lube doesn't hurt. I like Klotz lube because it barely flings at all.
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