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This is my second chain oiler, the 2.0 version. Chain oilers are used to lubricate mechanical pieces automatically, so I made one for my own bike. It ...
You will need: • Aluminum tube, of 22mm (7/8”) dia. 15cm (6”) long. • A “Polper B12” vitamin flask. • One silicon tube, like those used by doctors for...
Cut the polper flask in half, precision isn’t needed.
Remove the threaded of the polper’s cap and then add teflon tape in the ends of the aluminum tube
Cut a piece of cork as shown in the image.
Make a 5mm hole in the cork and the polper’s cap and introduce the cork into the aluminum tube.
Carefully insert the needle in the extreme of the silicon tube, and introduce the other extreme in the aluminum tube with the polper’s cap.
well, the pictures coming soon, but you have to put the needle over the chain, and let it drip on the chain. another day I'm gonna upload the photos e...
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