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post #1 of Old 12-24-2011, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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How to clean and lube your bike.
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A lot more fun can be had with a diesel powered steam cleaner where the water-cleaning-solution-mix comes out at a toasty 150 degrees centigrade and the 'wand' has to be held with both hands due to the 'recoil’. I always wash my bikes with high pressure water jet. It is excellent for cleaning chains and gears without the hassle of taking them off and rinsing through diesel. The only thing I clean is chain and gears.
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How to clean and lube your bike.
Here I will give you whole instruction to clean and lube your bike. First you keep all tools with you like hot water, Bucket and Toothbrush etc.then you can srub and degrease the chain, after wiping Lube the chain easily. You also wipe cables and lube all the cables, Scrub and lube Mech, sprockets. At the end of the process you can polish it off all equipments.













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A lot more fun can be had with a diesel powered steam cleaner where the water-cleaning-solution-mix comes out at a toasty 150 degrees centigrade and the 'wand' has to be held with both hands due to the 'recoil’. I always wash my bikes with high pressure water jet. It is excellent for cleaning chains and gears without the hassle of taking them off and rinsing through diesel. The only thing I clean is chain and gears.
Katty, you must be a troll. 150°F water will remove all the grease from the chain and shift mechanisms. If you are using enough pressure to require the use of both hands, you will force water in the links and the bearings.

I hope no one takes your advice seriously.
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