Motorcycle Chain Lube Spray

AMSOIL Motorcycle Chain Spray

Chain Lube Spray 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.

SKU: ACLSC Category:

Outstanding Protection for On- and Off-Road Motorcycle Chains

AMSOIL Motorcycle Chain Spray

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.

Performance Features of the Motorcycle Chain Spray Lube:

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

APPLICATIONS
AMSOIL Motorcycle 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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Directions
Shake well. Clean chain prior to application. Apply a steady stream along the full length of the chain. Allow to dry for 15 minutes.

AMSOIL PRODUCT AVAILABILITY
AMSOIL Chain Lube is available in 11-oz. spray cans. Or buy in the discounted case of six cans.

AMSOIL PRODUCT WARRANTY
AMSOIL products are backed by a Limited Liability Warranty.

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