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Re: Drive chain lubrication
« Reply #30 on: 15.07. 2016 10:09 »
By which time the secondary drive sprocket is worn out so you have to pull the primary cover off then remove the clutch to get to the sprocket.

Or removing the engine if you have a Plunger model!

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Re: Drive chain lubrication
« Reply #31 on: 15.07. 2016 10:22 »
Understood, but I figure there will be a meteor strike of sufficient magnitude before I put that much wear through it.
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Re: Drive chain lubrication
« Reply #32 on: 15.07. 2016 18:27 »
you could of course fit a scott-oiler end of problem

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Re: Drive chain lubrication
« Reply #33 on: 18.07. 2016 12:55 »
Yeah - as per my comment a couple of pages back.
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