Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Penang, Malaysia
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I believe regular use is the key. WD-40 staying ability on the chain is lesser than specific chain lubes, especially in the rain. The regular usage is not costly with WD-40.
Chains do make a difference. My original Thai made DID last only 20k km and requires regular adjustments. I replaced that with a Japan Made DiD X-ring and after 9k km, I haven't adjusted it. With the new chain, have been using Sikolene Gel for a few times and then switch over to Q-Plus Chain lube and occasionally lube the x-rings with Dupont Multi Purpose lube (wet type). Chain looks clean and doesn't seem to attract dust.
Present Ride: Yamaha Super Tenere 2012
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