Anyone who has put the Loobman on knows that there are way to many choices for mounting. You'll spend more time contemplating than installing.
I personally use the Loobman for intra-ride chain cleaning, not lubing (well, it does get lubed in the process). Most of the time I prefer cleaning the chain with kerosene and applying a heavy O-Ring lube. However when I am on a multiday trip, or get off the dirt with 200 miles left to go for the day
, I give the Loobman a good squeeze of light oil and it does a fine job of getting the grit off the sprocket and gives inside of the chain a clean slate (yes the dirt goes somewhere; there is "fling").
Now a problem is that the tie-wrap ends that ride along the sprocket can wear off after several thousand miles. In my case, just about the time I really need them! :P So I do two things. When I am in town I reach down and angle the "fingers" off the sprocket so there is no wear between long stretches of use. Secondly I mounted the Loobman so that I can pivot the unit away from the sprocket for cleaning and changeout of the "fingers" by only having to remove one mounting tie-wrap.
You can use another tie-wrap or electrical tape to secure the Loobman down (where my finger it pivoting the assy) when you get done changing out the fingers (fingers are not shown in these photos, I was in the middle of cleaning and changing them when these were taken)