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    Would this be alright as a chain lubricant?

    Would Repco LP1 multipurpose lubricant be alright for a motorcycle chain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerOger1986 View Post
    Would Repco LP1 multipurpose lubricant be alright for a motorcycle chain?
    If it's the stuff I'm thinking of, then no. It's like CRC but slightly oilier. I use it instead of crc to loosen me nuts and stop hinges squeaking.

    I suspect it would break down the grease in an o-ring chain and probably evaporate due to heat.

    If you're looking for a cheap chain oil use EP90 or chainsaw chain bar oil. Thick and tacky. Wipe off excess to avoid spooge flingage.
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    Even gear oil would be better.

    I've used this with good results (i.e. minimal mess).

    https://www.repco.co.nz/en/oils-flui...004/p/A1248654

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