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marcusmoberg

Oil!

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I use Oil of Olay. :cry:

It helps to keep the bike looking and feeling young.

Also, Crisco is a good grease for your head bearings.

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I have used the Yamaha 4R from the start and I have no complaints even when its 10 bucks a quart. As long as you buy your oil at a bike shop and stay away from a grade CD and energy conserving oil.

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I use Oil of Olay. :cry:

It helps to keep the bike looking and feeling young.

Also, Crisco is a good grease for your head bearings.

LMFAO!!

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:cry: WR's need oil?????

No, thats why they call them "dry sumps". I have installed grease zerks at the ends of the camshaft crankshaft and tranny shafts. Before each ride, I just give them a hit with the old grease gun. :cry:

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You guy's are great! I love you guy's!

BTW: I use coco butter it gets rid of the bikes stretch marks. Keeps her vibrant and running good.

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I use my own zit oil. I have to eat a lot of chocolate so I have enough to change it next week. Then I pop it right in...

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