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Old 27 Jul 2012
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Tutoro auto chain oiler

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Has anyone used the Tutoro Auto chain oiler it looks good. Great price well made.
Does it work?
Nick
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chain oiler

HI Nick hope this is still relevent.

I bought the deluxe tutoro auto oiler kit a few months ago and am very pleased the chain has kept clean in the recent bad weather, and its easy to set up though getting the right drip rate takes a little time.

if i was to do it again i would buy the basic auto oiler and a dual feed nozzle and save £20 as i made my own bracket so did not need any of the extras in the deluxe kit.

In all top bit of kit
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it does work in my country in a garage where all of my friends do their bikes, we put almost 10 of those things on different bikes and riding styles, and it is perfect
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I agree! A fine piece of kit. As long as you remember to turn it on!

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I fitted the automatic one. It oils chain only when riding due to the momentum, braking, acceleration etc. Works well
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I bought one great

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Thanks for the help I got one and put it on my DL 650 it has been great. simple to install. The setting that works for me is 1/4 to 1/2 turn anymore and I go through the oil very quickly but it could be I live in the tropics so it is hot.
I am thinking of getting one for my DRZ 400 (it is nice keeping the bike simple but so is getting longer out of chain and sprockets)
I would go for basic kit as well.
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I have one on my Yamaha XTZ660Z. I like the simplicity of it. I have it routed to drip onto the chain at the front sprocket. I carry a half litre of chain saw oil or ATF,what ever I have as it were. I always forget to turn mine off...ho hum

After I trip to Morocco I found that it was leaking at the base. I took it apart,cleaned it and re glued it with plastic glue cement..the likes of what you use to join plastic guttering or build model airplanes.

All works well now.
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