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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-01-2004, 01:45 AM Thread Starter
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Horrible (LINK contains graphic pics)

nasty pics, stole this from a thread on sbn, but wanted to share incase you guys didn't see it.(hope it's not a double post)
http://www.cbr600f4.com/secondary_pages/seajay.html


****I added a little warning on to your post****

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-01-2004, 06:50 AM
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What a moron

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Total idiot!

As the old saying goes----An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

This can absolutely happen to anyone so with the good weather SLOWLY approaching us and people taking their bikes from storage lets focus our minds to safety as well as the urge to hurry up and get the job done fast to go ride!

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Why lube it with the engine running? The lube gets flinged off faster.

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I see those pics and hear "Dueling banjos" playing in the background

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Oh like you guys have never done that?? NEVER?? Come on!

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shit, I i've done that before. I have a can of chain wax with the long ass straw. How da f.uck do you get your fingers that close to the chain?!?
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shit, I i've done that before. I have a can of chain wax with the long ass straw. How da f.uck do you get your fingers that close to the chain?!?
That's what I'M saying!!

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Come on Jeff........The process he was using is what we are talking about. Seriously; what kind of friggin moron would hold a rag with lube on it and try and hold it against the chain while its moving?

If you use CHAIN WAX from the can and the straw (like i do) then obviously this would not apply to you. BUT i guarentee there are people out there who want to save the extra 15 minutes and will try the rag/lube trick.

So i can honestly say....No i have never done this like he did.

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I stand corrected... I thought he was using the spary on kind.
Yeah, not too cool to use a rag while sprockets are spinning! I see how that could happen now. But it didn't specify in the story... my bad.

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I guess it should of stated that in his "pics" but me being the nosey one went out to read the thread

This could be a good start to a new thread!

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My cousin did something similar but lost the tip of just his thumb. He was holding to wipe the excess off.

When you use the spray, do you wipe off the excess w/ a rag, or just let it be? Just wondering.

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post #14 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-01-2004, 11:03 AM
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That sucks.....what a moron.

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I alway lube the chain while the bike is in gear and spinning on the rear stand. Of course, I use HRC spray with a tube. What a moron. BTW, this is years old.

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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-01-2004, 11:24 AM
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i clean the chain with wd40 and a brush with the bike in gear and idling. I lube it with chain wax with the bike off.

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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-01-2004, 11:58 AM
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Damn I guess I'm the only one that's NOT lazy. I put the bike on the rear stand and push the wheel by hand as I'm spraying the chain. I just let it sit on there that way the next time I ride it shouldn't splatter by then.

I usually do it after every other time of riding.


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