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Once you take the chuck off use somethine to the effects of brake cleaners, Wrap everything that you do not want to get the brake clean on and clean it and then let it sit for a few minutes then go ahead and oil everything and you will be good. Safe and effect way to do this especially if you have dirt or sand in the gears

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