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    Quote Originally Posted by jim in pc View Post
    Jeebus. WTF?

    Why are we being marketed to like a bunch of debuttantes getting wet over Lanvin? Rapha, boutiques like AC, now this?

    If I found out a riding buddy was using that I'd punch him, just out of principle. Chain lube riffing on a f*cking perfume?! I'd pin his skinny butt to the floor and make him scream "Eddy Merckx."

    You know what a good name for a chain lube would be? "Tchmil" or maybe "Le Blaireau." "Muur du Huy." Hardman shit. Cycling at it's toughest. A challenge.
    A gauntlet thrown down. A stern reminder your bike is a weapon, not a jewel.

    "Chain-L No. 5?" Please, somebody, make it stop.

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    Does it work on belt drives?

    Best chain lube name: Demon Semen...but you can't get that any more
     

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    Is there a his and a hers you can mix together?
     

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    Don't forget, Shimano's got the "Hypospitt" lubricating oil. What a name... Stuff works great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vax View Post

    Best chain lube name: Demon Semen...but you can't get that any more
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vax View Post
    Demon Semen...but you can't get that any more
    not according to my ex
    "make the break"

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    i need to report another siting atmo.
    two of them actually -



    put down the sharpie richie, step back slowly.

    hey, do the queue qualify for chain scent?

    effin hintmo.






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    I got some ChainL no5 for free with an e-bay purchase of a Jandd rack.

    This stuff is thick, I use it on my commuter bike. It does have a really strong odor...

    Meh, its not very good.

    -Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericspin View Post
    hmmmm ....there was a bottle of that stuff in the box when my Pacenti arrived. I have not even used it.

    See how it goes...
    First off.........is it :hahaha:queer (do not read anything into the use of this word, I am using it in Webster's context) to quote yourself?????

    Anyway, I finally got around to using this stuff yesterday during a _post-rain shell road shortcut_ cleaing party.

    I was ridng my fixed gear and it has been quite noisy from the transmission lately. I followed the directions on the bottle. Went for a test ride. Could barely hear the chain. IT'S MAGIC. Maybe. We'll see what happens in the course of a chain-heating ride but it seems like good stuff.

    Are you other guys still using................it??

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    with a couple months of use i'm still finding it very stinky, a bit messy, and extremely effective. it's on 4 drivetrains and i've reapplied to just one of them...don't think i got it quite right the first time.

    http://www.serotta.com/forum/showpos...7&postcount=14
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post

    *French for "two entendres"
    :hahaha:
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookie View Post
    with a couple months of use i'm still finding it very stinky, a bit messy, and extremely effective. it's on 4 drivetrains and i've reapplied to just one of them...don't think i got it quite right the first time.

    http://www.serotta.com/forum/showpos...7&postcount=14

    Damn, how'd you get by quoting the S site? Last couple of times I tried that I got bitch slapped so fast it made my head spin. Well, seems the slapper is MIA the last few days.....maybe that explains it!
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    e-richie: you need to make more sightings like this. the subtleties of hidden "rs" findings have been noticeably absent as of late.

    it's winter, you know....

    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    i need to report another siting atmo.
    two of them actually -


     

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    this stuff is pretty awesome. I always boil a pot of water and take it off the stove, then drop the chain L in their and let it get thinner in the bottle. It goes on thinner this way so I don't waste any wiping it off into the bottle.... 1st post was definitely about lube...
     

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    Default Chain-L rocks

    Glad to hear erichie finally made it. This stuff makes your drivetrain silent like no other lube. I just got a new chain for my fixed gear and proceded to cover it in Chain-l. so quiet it's scary. It is thick and smelly and messy but it's the best especially in foul weather like a vermont winter. Hopefully no one is buying chain lube based on promises it will increase manliness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HSTFixed View Post
    Hopefully no one is buying chain lube based on promises it will increase manliness.

    Uh-oh...
     

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    These guys need Steve Chainel as a spokesdomestique NOW, osmo.
     

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    Smile A friend swears that this eliminated his chain noise...

    sounds like some g-o-o-d stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    i made the leap atmo. all other chain lubes no longer matter.
    this stuff is the sinatra of chain lubes. read atmo: XXX


     

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    ok, chain lube to jocko ****. That's not such a big leap, is it?
     

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    Since I've been using Chain-L #5 I've noticed a few things:

    water boils faster
    toast never burns
    alway find a parking meter with time left on it
    5 out of 7 lottery tickets are winners
    sex at least twice a day (with a partner)

    good stuff
    it's changed my life

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