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DIY Fitting a Chain Oiler on Tenere 700


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Below DIY video shows how i fitted  (pictured Tutoro) Chain Oiler: 

 

 

Hope video helps....

 

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Some other Oiler Makes do exist, lol.

 

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Dual feed nozzle fitted using one of the pre|tapped screw holes of swinging-arm (that would hold the optional chain guide)

 

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Neat position for reservoir used bolt of rear footrest hanger.
 

There is No electrical wiring and no vacuum lines needed. It is just the motion of bike that operates the oiler 😁

 

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On 11/9/2019 at 4:46 AM, Murska said:

Aliexpress Gidibi Original Nemo 2

 

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The oil hose runs inside the swing.

 

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Are you happy with this product? Seems very cheap on ebay and I'm wondering if it does the job. 

I'm not willing to spend 100 pounds on another brand. 

Maybe you could write a small review. 

 

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Works fine, no oil leakage and no other problems. Cheap and good clone, I wouldn't pay Cobrra Nemo 2 oiler for 100 €.

 

I have had several OSCO oiler and it is really good but costs 140 €. Therefore, I bought a test Gidibi and the price-quality is good.

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Here's my stealth option: CLS Evo chain oiler installed under the seat.

 

It's an electronically controlled pump-fed oiler, so you don't have to worry about temperature linked viscosity problems. 

 

The first picture shows the oil tank (top left), which is quite small but it should be enough for 12'000km. I'll find this out...

 

It features a mini display attached to the handlebar which allows to decrease or increase oil flow, in order to react to different conditions (eg. rain, offroading etc).

 

I've also routed the hose through the swing arm so it's protected.

 

 

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On 11/10/2019 at 11:04 AM, Aleksandar13 said:

Are you happy with this product? Seems very cheap on ebay and I'm wondering if it does the job. 

I'm not willing to spend 100 pounds on another brand. 

Maybe you could write a small review. 

 

 

I had one on my KTM 690. It's cheap and does what it's supposed to

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