I wanted to get rid of the sticky spray lube for the chain and intended to build my own chain oiler.<br>
My main objectives were:
low tech, independent from motor vacuum or electricity/electronics.
full manual control of the amount of oil being applied, depending on road or weather conditions...
This is my interpretation of a chain oiler.
Initial ideea was a gravity based drip with some sort of auto-off when engine is not running.
Plastic bottle(preferably HDPE to withstand oil in the long run)
1/4 brass barbed connector
6MM gasoline hose
5mm copper brake pipe
Hi guys, just awaiting delivery of a 99 AT, I'm planning to fit a chain oiler and have used Scottoiler in the past, which oiler do you guys recommend?
I always felt you were adjusting the scottoiler from filthy everything to no oil!
Thanks in advance
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