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Old 11-28-2008, 07:40 AM   #102
Kenny M.
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Originally Posted by Chains45
Do NOT put the bike up on the center stand, start it up, 1st gear, oil the chain, then use a rag wrapped around your fingers to makes sure the oil is well spread. When the rag gets caught in the chain and pulls your fingers in-between the chain and rear sprocket the pain is immediate and intense.

Still have scars on my right hand to remind me of my stupidity from 1969. Worst pain I have ever felt. And I have had a kidney stone.
Kenny M.
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