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Another How NOT to lube your chain**GRAPHIC**

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wow... that looks painful
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and thats why the only lube my chain gets is from the rain :)


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OMFG - that is horrible. One guy in the post says he did the same thing and the chain took the tip off clean and he never felt it.
Well we all learn either first hand or from others mistakes.
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Well we all learn either first hand or from others mistakes.
ROFL... hahahah pun intended i take it ???



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and thats why the only lube my chain gets is from the rain :)
Me to lmao
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Yikes, I sometimes lube my chain this way. I always lube from the back of the sprocket though.
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i dont understand whats so hard about turning the wheel with your hands...

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Another one eh? Man... the urge to let your motor spin the wheel in 1st gear is strong, but NOT WORTH saving 5 MINUTES.

The dude looks like he'll be ok, but dang!


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I like peace and quiet while I lube my chain!! No noisy engine, unless the woman be bitchin at me then I rev it up to drown her out hahahahah!
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hmm..... we spin the oil off in first gear onto cardboard when its on a stand but fingers are always atleast a foot away.

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ouch, that is about as good a reason as I can think of.
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yup the urge IS Strong but I remembered another post just a s bad from here and just kept the key well away from the ignition



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you should know in general that u dont put your hands near something that wont stop if u touch it
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ouch, hard way to learn a lesson.
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Ouch! I just get another person to push my bike while I'm lubing it up!
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My roommate has half a thumb cause of that. He had a Triumph thruxton on a stand running in gear. there was a rag underneath the back wheel and thought, that would suck if that gets sucked into the bag tire, so he picked it up. guess what, it got sucked into the chain, with his thumb going with it.

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hmm..... we spin the oil off in first gear onto cardboard when its on a stand but fingers are always atleast a foot away.
why not just ride it down the street?

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healed suprisingly well it looks like
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That expensive hospital bill could have been avoided by buying a hundred dollar rear stand. This all kind of reminds me of what happened when I was younger and started a push mower while wearing sandals (ouch!!!)

Is it common for people to run their bike while lubing the chain? This definitely isn't the first time I've heard about such an accident. Nothing beats the one I head about the bike in gear and hopping off the rear stand while being revved :X

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I keep seeing Peter Griffin putting his Unit in the Pencil sharpener



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I like peace and quiet while I lube my chain!! No noisy engine, unless the woman be bitchin at me then I rev it up to drown her out hahahahah!


hahahahaha
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Ouch....lol....dumbass
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lol wow thats crazy
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well, so much for masterbating and fingerbangin a chick

EDIT...never mind he can still do both

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ouch......i might wanna stop doing it, or at least never touch the chain while she is proped up... i will prob keep on the spray can ....


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sucks for that guy ive seen worse...in person...pretty narly tho, damn what an idiot!!!

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