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post #1 of 5 Old 10-09-2015, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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Semi-Automatic oiler anyone?

Hi,

Disregard post,

Thanks mods

Cheers,

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post #2 of 5 Old 10-09-2015, 01:10 AM
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Moved. Not ANZ-specitic.

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Moved. Not ANZ-specitic.
Okay...so where are you moving it to?

Please don't forget that some Aussies may be interested, certainly not meant for the USA or Canadian folks.

So do tell?

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Well, I thought it was obvious to where it was moved. See the top of the page.

I see you've got in a bit of a huff and taken your bat and ball and gone home. That's rather petty.

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Use tygon tubing, which is expensive, but doesn't go soggy after being exposed to oil. Reservour a brake fluid container, or a 250ml bottle of 2-stroke oil, use garden sprinkler fittings for the oil pickup. (There's room on top of the rear shock)

Use two of these, one BEFORE the primer to keep crap out of that, and the other low down to act as a surge chamber.

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Pre-2012 bike, drill a hold in the top of the front sprocket cover, drop the oil in there, post 2012, make up a bracket and hold the hose to the bolt that holds the front chain slider onto the swingarm, use hard plastic (garden fitting) and a heat gun and cable tie on a rubber tip.

I put the primer bulb down by my left knee, since it only needs a prod every 200k's or so that works fine.

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