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andyBeaker

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Ask Jaws and Me!, they might disagree. Another who often provides valuable insight is slim63. I don’t have the knowledge or experience to argue either way.

Alternatively, ask andyBeaker, he knows everything.
You called?

I used chainsaw oil on every motorised bicycle I owned over a total of 54.37m miles with no Issues Or accelerated wear.
 

slim63

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Ask Jaws and Me!, they might disagree. Another who often provides valuable insight is slim63. I don’t have the knowledge or experience to argue either way.

Alternatively, ask andyBeaker, he knows everything.
That's one I really don't have any insight into mate, I don't use scotoiler's and have only used Motul chain lube for many years (mainly because I used to get it very cheap)
 

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That's one I really don't have any insight into mate, I don't use scotoiler's and have only used Motul chain lube for many years (mainly because I used to get it very cheap)
Thinking it through, as long as it sticks to the chain I don’t see how it can be a problem.

I used Fairy liquid and a cheap sponge inside and old stocking to clean the crap off my swing arms. If it needed a bit more persuasion to come off, I‘d gently rub in some WD40 first obviously keeping it away from the back tyre. I never saw that recommended anywhere but I never had a problem because of it.
 

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Tickets to take grandkids to Wisley RHS on Tuesday.

They will be presenting their paper on the development of Amazonian flora and fauna, specifically the effect of deforestation and the Eelam Bowanga beetle.

Bought tickets for us to go to Wakehurst on the way to visit the family on Monday.
 

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Hartlepool nuclear power station?
Ooh you silly boy.
Portable car starter/compressor etc, obviously I don’t need it for the Duster unless I need to put air in the tyres, it’s more for the Panda & the fact my daughter uses my other one more than I do.
 

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Ooh you silly boy.
Portable car starter/compressor etc, obviously I don’t need it for the Duster unless I need to put air in the tyres, it’s more for the Panda & the fact my daughter uses my other one more than I do.
That’s novel - having an accessory in a car that is more powerful than the car….
 

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it’s more for the Panda & the fact my daughter uses my other one more than I do.
And just precisely how many Pandas have you got...?

Are you aware they are endangered.....and not just because they're in Yorkshire.
 
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