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Re: wd-40?

alexsilva said:
WD-40 for cleaing rubber O-ring chain? better check to see if your swollen rubber is still there..haha BRAKE CLEANER!!!!
save the WD--> for cleaning the thick goop around counter spocket with a rag every other--> other oil change.
WD-40--->petroleum base!! :confused: motul lube here.

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The chain makers recommend a petroleum base lubricant.:fact


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Originally posted by alexsilva
WD-40 for cleaing rubber O-ring chain? better check to see if your swollen rubber is still there..haha BRAKE CLEANER!!!!
save the WD--> for cleaning the thick goop around counter spocket with a rag every other--> other oil change.
WD-40--->petroleum base!! :confused: motul lube here.
Originally posted by alexsilva
yes I be newbie to this forum ,but 20years of riding,working on bikes, master tech. qualifies me as. Yes I do know what the F***k I'm talking about. MR FAB MAN.now I remember why I don't post my opinions because always some
know it all A--hole that wants to mother F**K your opinion. More power to yah pal. here comes another hurricane.
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Nobody is bashing your opinion, in fact it's the opposite. If you were a "master tech" I would think that you could post in complete sentences or at least thoughts. What exactly does this mean? Are you trying to compare wd-40 to brake clean? :lol

"better check to see if your swollen rubber is still there..haha BRAKE CLEANER!!!! "

Who do you think knows most about wd-40? Hmmm maybe the company that produces it. They have stated that it has no adverse affects to rubber o-rings. You also didn't know that all the bike makers recommend oil to lube the chain. What do you think the base of that is Mr. Master Tech? These are facts, no need to spew your misguided 'opinion'.
 
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