What is chain lube for??Not really. But to be more specific:
- Use Tutoro medicine (cyan in colour) some of the time.
- Most other times I use full-synthetic 5W30 oil. I do not use non-synthetic as it can damage the unit.
That is a great FortNine flick on chain lube. Never get bored of it.What is chain lube for??
Well, the little engineer in my head enjoyed this discussion. I actually bought into the argument and now use gear oil on Ol' Red's drive chain. She gets a chain job every 1k mi or so depending on conditions.
"Stay greasy my friends!" Enjoy...
Gravity fed WW. There is a valve that opens when a weighted plunger's momentum is able to overtake gravity and allow a squirt of fluid to enter the line. The orifice area is dictated by an adjustment dial. I usually adjust it in late spring and early fall by maybe 180 to 270 degrees (less than one turn). I suppose the number of dial turns may also vary with the type and grade of lubricant one is using.Is this a gravity feed or pressure feed DT?
I'm using the syringe to fill as then I don't need to take the top fully off, and I can fill down beside the counter weight, verses pouring in and wetting the weight, It's todays setup, see how it goes in use and refine over time
Overall I was looking for the simplest mount, and feed line setup, working with the KISS principal, and I think I found that...
Just lucky to find P clips the right size, stainless screws, stick clips, and double sided mounting tapes in my workshop that all came together to get the job done...