Thanks for the advice Elvisto however I will continue to use it. My chains have never been in better condition with no tight spots. A rider pal of mine suggested it and he has been using it with great success for many years.Jerry , you shouldn't use WD 40 on an "O" Ring chain, or anywhere else you have rubber seals, WD 40 makes the "O" rings swell up, Trust me on this I've seen the tests,
I found the following Elvisto. Appears well researched:No Probs Jerry , I too used it for over 25 years ,and it's fantastic stuff, It's only in recent years when it was pointed out to me that my chain had "O" rings and Blah Blah Blah, I'm using the wrong stuff,
We never had chain lube in those days, we used to use old engine oil at times, I do remember a guy I met used to boil his chain in some greasy mess and hang it up to dry off ,
Don't be, it's all relevant.Sorry for the post hack Davea!
I think I've seen this advertised somewhere. Is it a block that secures to the top/fore end of the swing arm and the chain skiffs over it before the front sprocket ?Friend of mine turned me on to Dupont Teflon Chain Saver, it's a dry waxy lube. So far it's been great, doesn't fly off or collect crude along the way. Seems like pretty good stuff.