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tried every slow messy method of chain cleaning but a a buddies epoxy coated shop saw him using ether starting fluid to remove grease spots on the floor...like dude, what gives...recommended by the floor covering folks to avoid solvents...hummm...degreaser for my duc chain ? ? ?

well tried it this morning...rear wheel in the stand...spin and spray...use a shop towel to catch the blast and hit the wet chain with air gun....presto a clean chain in 15 minutes with half a bucks worth of fluid...i can't think of any 0 ring or other issues with this method....feedback ? ? ?
 
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Re: ez chain cleaning (slightly ducatic)

I've used spray "silicone lubricant" that worked very good, dries fast, and doesn't seem to damage the o-rings.
 
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Easiest tool I've found is the Moose chain scrubber. It snaps onto the chain and you fill it with cleaner/degreaser and spin the wheel. Taking about 60 seconds. Let it dry and lube!
 
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Re: ez chain cleaning (slightly ducatic)

http://www.ducatitech.com/info/chain.html

That is what I do. Worked well for me for years. Chains last me a LONG time, too. Is not the ONLY way ... and I can't say it's the BEST way ... But it's the ONLY and BEST way for me. I've tried WD40, other lubes, all of it. Always came back to this.

Chris
 
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