Outstanding Motorcycle Chain Protection

New AMSOIL Chain Lube provides dedicated protection and performance for on- and off-road motorcycle chains.

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 Use the long developed chain spray that leaves a durable film that won’t fling off. No one likes to change out chains outside of normal maintenance so AMSOIL has developed the penetrating spray that works on all surfaces. This one you have to try yourself and you may find other uses for it as well. Another amazing product that AMSOIL tested for years before releasing to the public.

In order to ensure optimum performance and life, motorcycle chains require premium lubrication. Sport bike riders need a chain lubricant that can withstand the stress of regularly going 0-60 mph in a matter of seconds, cruiser riders need a chain lubricant that helps protect and prolong chain life and dirt bike riders need a chain lubricant that protects against the elements. New AMSOIL Chain Lube (ACLSC) helps riders avoid the hassles of frequent reapplication and the stresses of worrying about chain durability, enabling them to focus on riding and providing the confidence to keep up with their buddies on the trail or street.

AMSOIL Chain Lube

AMSOIL Chain Lube (ACLSC) is a dedicated aerosol chain lubricant that provides outstanding wear and corrosion protection for all types of chains and sprockets. It penetrates deep into the pins and bushings of chains and leaves a protective coating that will not fling off or attract dirt, dust, sand or grit.

  • Outstanding protection against wear and corrosion
  • Helps extend chain life
  • Does not attract dirt
  • Does not fling off
  • Easy application
  • Fast-drying
  • Sprays from any position

Applications

AMSOIL Chain Lube is suitable for all types of chains, including O, X and Z roller chains found in street, off-road and racing motorcycles. It is also excellent for bicycle, agricultural and industrial applications.

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