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Chain cleaning .I hear lots of things about this subject...I'm trying to get a variety of opinions about products to use...especially "cleaners"...WD -40 or not? silicone lub? give me your suggestions...I dont mind spending the money or time to do it right...no short cuts for this investment!!!!

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In the long run... get an automatic chain oiler. You´ll have to clean your rear once in a while, but its much easier, than maintaining your chain. It´ll be cheaper, too. Oh, and your chain will last longer as well!

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