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Motorcycle Chain Maintenance
Quality motorbike chain maintenance products
We sell a lot of motorcycle chains, but we'd sell far fewer if riders found the time and inclination to maintain their old ones. A well adjusted and lubricated chain will last a lot longer than one that's allowed to dry out, turn rusty or go baggy. We have one of the UK's biggest stocks of high-quality chain cleaners and lube to keep yours running sweetly. And if you want the ultimate way to extend your chain's lifespan, we even sell Scottoiler's automatic oilers that lube as you ride.
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Verified Customer Reviews for Motorcycle Chain Maintenance
20 January 2024 by Anonymous
Not fitted this yet hence a good. However Scottoiler is an established product with a good reputation. Almost essential for a motorcycle that is so low that it won't take a centre stand.
It's getting fitted this Thursday by my Triumph dealer whist doing the 600 mile service. Noteworthy they will only fit the x and e systems not the v.
As to Sportsbikeshop, their service is consistently of a high standard.
12 December 2023 by Jim O
Excellent and it does the job properly and was easy to fit and it arrived on time
03 October 2023 by Ian B
Fits the inlet point on my Thruxton Triumph perfectly.
Don't waste your money
25 September 2023 by Graham H
I bought this for a brand new Speed Twin 900. When checking the bike over prior to the 1st service, after 2 months & 540 miles, I found the dispensing pipe at the sprocket had detached from the swing arm. The adhesive had given way between the adhesive pad and the plastic bracket. I.E.: on the Scottoiler assembly. The pad remained firmly stuck to the swing arm and was difficult to get rid of. I had carefully prepared the swing arm surface before sticking the bracket on. Looks like Scottoiler couldn't be bothered to do the same to their side of the pad.
Whilst removing the rest of the oiler, I found that the oil reservoir had been leaking all over the rear of the bike's frame.
Now I'm the proud owner of a £200 oily piece of junk.