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It was just a convenience suggestion, mainly when you are not in your garage.I have a steel ruler in my garage and will use that rather than getting the key fob covered in chain lube. You only need to check the tension about every 1000 miles anyway.
This is my world. :smile2:The only problem is a few months from now you'll be wondering what the mark on the key fob is for.
Hopefully not to piss Oldnudmb off two much (its about the key fob...), here is how I solved that problem. So far 0 scratches!Although not exactly on topic, I ride with no key fob because I found that the ignition switch is quite shallow and the metal ring on the fob will rub against the gas tank around the ignition.
that's a nice clean chain@se7en i check from here at end of straight part before the curve
@Rhino & @se7en yeah I’ve only cleaned my chain . The bike has not been cleaned yet , just after each ride I wipe bike down.. but now after that photo i took I’m going to have to wash it .. I see little bits of the white factory lube under swing arm in photo.. they are not scratches under there hahaha . And for chain cleaning I use this “The Grunge Brush”that's a nice clean chain