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Chain Oil
#1
Hello

I came accross some of my old motorcycle Scott Oiler Oil at work the other day - can I use this on my bike?  

If not, why not?

Just found this on their website..
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Cheers
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#2
If I remember correctly my scottoiler required a vacuum for it to work on my motorbike, I might be wrong though.
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#3
Yea, they do.  What I mean is I found the bottle of oil, can I use that on my bike chain.

I guess I can, by looking at that Bicycle Scottoiler link?!
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