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Device for cleaning and lubricating drive chains










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6257369.

An apparatus for cleaning and lubricating drive chains, in particular of motorcycles, include a substantially closed housing formed of two mutually connectable halves providing openings for allowing the drive chain to pass through and includes brushes which are attached in the housing to wipe off the drive chain. An easy and effective cleaning is achieved by using nozzles in the housing which are directed against the drive chain and are in connection with connections on the outside of the housing. The housing also provides with a drainage opening which is arranged for the bleeding off of the media injected into the apparatus.








 
 
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