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    Default My DIY chain oiler [With alot of pics!!!]



    Hi, after reading so many threads regarding chain oilers, I have decided to post a step by step guide of my own chain oiler using everyday materials. Hope everyone can benefit from the knowledge here.


    Tools/materials required:
    - 1x 2m fish tank air tube (hard) [1m for $0.50]
    - 1x 2m, 1.5mm electrical cable [Free]
    - 1 x masking tape [used]
    - 2 x air valve [$1.20/ea]
    - 2 x nut (for air valve) [free]
    - 1 x Tube jointer [$0.10]
    - 1 x 80ml Aluminium bottle [$2.00 from Daiso]
    - 1 x High Temp. Silicone Liquid gasket [used, else $4.00 from shop]
    - Tools; Drill, Drill Bit, T wrench, Cutters, Cable stripper, Vernier Calipers.

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    Close up of air valve, nuts and tube jointer

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    1.5mm Electrical cable

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    Step #1: Measure valve diameter (5.5mm measured).

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    Step #2: Find suitable drill bit diameter (0.5mm smaller than valve, to ensure tight fit when screwing the valve in, drill bit chosen is 5mm)

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    Step #3: Apply masking tape onto cap and base of bottle.

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    Step #4: mark points to drill onto cap and base of bottle.

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    Step #5: Drill cap and base.

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    Ensure it is drilled completely through.

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    Drilling bottle base.

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    Step #6: Screw in valve into bottle cap.

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    Step #7:Add nut and tighten using T wrench

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    Cap completed.

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    Cap completed top view.

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    Step #8: apply high temp silicone liquid gasket onto valve (number 2) thread.

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    Step #9: Screw in valve (number 2) into base of the bottle; ensure that when screwing the valve in a straight manner.

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    Step#10: Valve screwed in.

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    Inner view of the bottle with valve

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    Nut to be inserted into the bottle

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    Step #11: Use a long stick to push the nut onto the valve thread.

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    Step#12: Use T-wrench to tighten; Hand tight will do.

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    Step #13: Find a suitable mounting point for the bottle using zip cable ties.

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    Step #14: Place bottle inside mounting points.

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    Bottle mounted.

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    Housekeeping: cut away excess zip ties.

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    Housekeeping: cut away excess zip ties.

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    Step #15: Insert air tube onto the bottom of the bottle for measurement purposes.

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    Step #16: Measure and cut length of tube needed.

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    Step #17: Insert electrical cable into air tube

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    Pushing the cable through

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    Step #18: Leave a small gap at the beginning of the tube (to be fixed onto the base of the bottle).

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    Step #19: Cut off the jointer head

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    Step #20: Strip electrical cables to expose copper wires at the end of the air tube.

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    Step #21: Split 4 strands of coper wire out and cut away the rest.

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    Step #22: Insert the copper wires into the jointer head.

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    This is how the end of the tube should look like.

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    Step #23: Fix up the hose to the bike

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    Step#24: Secure the hose using zip ties and cut away excess zip ties

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    Step#25: The tube should be positioned as such.

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    Step#26: Fill the bottle with good quality chain oil!!!

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    Step#27: Bottle filled.

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    Step#28: Screw back the cap.

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    Step#29: to make it nicer, an air tube is added to the valve.

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    Finished product!
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    Nice bro...
    ~Please Ride N Drive Safely.~
    if u cant,its ok,but dont bring harm to other ppl.
    wana die,go die alone.dnt bring innnocent ppl along.
    OKae!

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    hehehe...so fast fixed up already...cool!

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    not bad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Figila View Post
    Nice bro...
    thank you.
    read up so many in the internet and no one actually post the step by strp instruction

    Quote Originally Posted by scubasimon View Post
    hehehe...so fast fixed up already...cool!
    im so sorry i cannot find the "kerokeropi" bottle for you.
    so how you need 1?

    Quote Originally Posted by jtzx View Post
    not bad...
    thank you

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    dude, very nice

    rien d'autre que le max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychan View Post
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    Step#26: Fill the bottle with good quality chain oil!!!

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    Rmb ladies and gentlemen... good quality chain oil goes a long way in preserving chain life!!!

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    been using my diy oiler for months.. still look healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ View Post
    dude, very nice

    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by xXxRatedxXx View Post
    Rmb ladies and gentlemen... good quality chain oil goes a long way in preserving chain life!!!
    expensive chain oil for your bike!

    Quote Originally Posted by jtzx View Post
    been using my diy oiler for months.. still look healthy.
    diy rules!!
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    @tonychan: yes, i need one...kerokeropi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubasimon View Post
    @tonychan: yes, i need one...kerokeropi!
    ok i go mini toon find for you.
    but plastic bottle will leak after sometime.a alu bottle will be better.
    can i use sticker to paste on the bottle?
    how many stars you need?need loves as well?
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    @tonychan: ok ok...alu then...i will sacrifice...hahaha!

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    Superb!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bebear View Post
    Superb!!!!!!!!!!
    thanks..........

    btw pls do not use on your GILERA ST200 ...
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    nice one dude.. can order one? hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by @swat_ View Post
    nice one dude.. can order one? hahah
    can but must wait for more ppl so can do all together and have dinner after the session but on 1 condition.dun sell your AT!!!!
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    thinking of mass production?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanco View Post
    thinking of mass production?
    i dun think mass production will work
    because
    many rider dun bother to oil the chain.

    this is a good information for all ppl.
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    actually i have one on my bike. but mine like not working very well.
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    nicely done-up dude...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanco View Post
    actually i have one on my bike. but mine like not working very well.
    what happen? why not working well? valve jam?care to elaborate?

    Quote Originally Posted by salem77 View Post
    nicely done-up dude...........
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    And how does this work?

    Manual?

    Or you intend to cook up something electronic like scottoiler?


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    Quote Originally Posted by danielsin2 View Post
    And how does this work?

    Manual?

    Or you intend to cook up something electronic like scottoiler?

    works by simple principle of gravity and a simple vacuum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielsin2 View Post
    And how does this work?

    Manual?

    Or you intend to cook up something electronic like scottoiler?

    scottoiler?

    can i call mine as "scott oily" ? lol


    gravity law.
    turn on the top valve so oil can flow down
    turn off the valve no oil flow.

    example 1

    at home going to work
    turn on valve
    start the bike warm up a bit
    turn off valve

    example 2
    during touring
    adjust the flow rate.

    can also connect the top to vacuum to the crab to push the oil out.(will try it soon)

    can also use a 555timer and screen wash pump(this might be more costly)

    sample of 555 timer and screen washer

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    Interesting.... this is more advanced already [yt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWe7MEmEt4s[/yt]

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    Thx Dude.. I want stars too , cant wait for more ppl to have the DIY chain "Oily" Fixed !! wahahaha

    Our frenly Tony Chan , i m waiting for ur appt and hav the wonderful btl fixed up!!

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    very very very very very nice...
    scott-oilly bottle looks better than Scottoiler...
    Grounded... :/

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    but scott oiler is easy to install and it will only drip when you are on the move?

    good job on the DIY..

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    Mods should make this a sticky
    great stuff
    Grounded... :/

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychan View Post
    scottoiler?


    can i call mine as "scott oily" ? lol

    gravity law.
    turn on the top valve so oil can flow down
    turn off the valve no oil flow.

    You wanna call it tonyoiler also can. Up to you!


    Meaning, it doesnt lube at intervals automatically and you still need to turn the drive chain manually yourself to oil the chain?

    Sorry uh, I very blur!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychan View Post
    what happen? why not working well? valve jam?care to elaborate?
    when i first set mine up, i filled the whole container and tube with oil, but even without me opening the valve, the oil inside the tube also will flow out.

    it's even worse now.. the oil from the container will also flow out even without me opening the valve.

    but the good thing is that it seems like the oil only flow out when my bike is on the move. when i park it at night, the floor is still clean the next day i check. so now i dont even need to open the valve. i just top up the oil periodically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxRatedxXx View Post
    Interesting.... this is more advanced already [yt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWe7MEmEt4s[/yt]
    i will do this soon.will check out the rc shop and sim lim tower.

    Quote Originally Posted by oscar23 View Post
    Thx Dude.. I want stars too , cant wait for more ppl to have the DIY chain "Oily" Fixed !! wahahaha

    Our frenly Tony Chan , i m waiting for ur appt and hav the wonderful btl fixed up!!

    Cheers**
    wait for more ppl can?
    we do up together.
    enjoy the session

    Quote Originally Posted by antartica View Post
    very very very very very nice...
    scott-oilly bottle looks better than Scottoiler...
    thank you.another size for the bottle is 30ml.

    Quote Originally Posted by lycan View Post
    but scott oiler is easy to install and it will only drip when you are on the move?

    good job on the DIY..

    time to start a PMO.
    drip on the move can joint into a fuel pump(act as vacuum)

    Quote Originally Posted by antartica View Post
    Mods should make this a sticky
    great stuff
    yes i agree.so you find this useful thread?

    Quote Originally Posted by danielsin2 View Post
    You wanna call it tonyoiler also can. Up to you!


    Meaning, it doesnt lube at intervals automatically and you still need to turn the drive chain manually yourself to oil the chain?

    Sorry uh, I very blur!
    its will oil the chain at interval.just do the setting well and close the yop valve when not in use to stop the flow,turn to on to lube again

    Quote Originally Posted by stanco View Post
    when i first set mine up, i filled the whole container and tube with oil, but even without me opening the valve, the oil inside the tube also will flow out.

    it's even worse now.. the oil from the container will also flow out even without me opening the valve.

    but the good thing is that it seems like the oil only flow out when my bike is on the move. when i park it at night, the floor is still clean the next day i check. so now i dont even need to open the valve. i just top up the oil periodically.
    your valve gave way.i use good valve from my fav fish shop!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychan View Post



    thank you.another size for the bottle is 30ml.


    yes i agree.so you find this useful thread?
    i love it!
    i like doing DIY stuff but my ultra lame excuse is "i live in a HDB apartment so have no work shop area" haha
    Grounded... :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by antartica View Post
    i love it!
    i like doing DIY stuff but my ultra lame excuse is "i live in a HDB apartment so have no work shop area" haha
    i also live in a hdb...
    the location where i do the bike is my office.

    hdb also can do thing mah.
    a lot of ppl seeing me dismantle the bike under my block....police also ask what am i doing here in the middle of the night! lol

    thanks for the appreciation.

    so any other things you need me to provide information?
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    i will go and look a rc plate fuel pump(running on 12Vdc)
    i think should be less than 30sgd
    just add a container for chain oil.
    add a switch.press when i wanna lube the chain!!

    this is the next project which im going to try.

    fuel pump

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    cool! this one i am interested...immediately after the talkie/phone/mp3 switcher hahaha!

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    dun want lah!very tired 1 leh diy so many thing......
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychan View Post
    i also live in a hdb...
    the location where i do the bike is my office.

    hdb also can do thing mah.
    a lot of ppl seeing me dismantle the bike under my block....police also ask what am i doing here in the middle of the night! lol

    thanks for the appreciation.

    so any other things you need me to provide information?

    nothing right now dude
    but love seeing how people DIY


    thank you very much for sharing
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    Thanks. I have good use of my unused 500ml aluminium water bottle at last....
    Anyone can ride a bike. Being a biker, is a state of mind.

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by shunoski View Post
    Thanks. I have good use of my unused 500ml aluminium water bottle at last....
    what????500ml?
    can use for 1 yr!
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    @tonychan: don't bluff lah...you like DIY so much...imagine using a custom switcher for the talkie...cool man!

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    Thx for all the kind comments from the brothers here in SBF.... This scott oily is still under research and development as we speak!

    Anyway, here is my review of the beta test model of the "oily" on the first day of trail.

    Day #1: Ride from hougang to clementi with a mix of stop go and highway riding.

    Valve position top: Fully open
    Valve position bottom: Half open
    Distance covered: 20km

    Chain was being oiled throughout the journey, hence could feel the ride become extra smooth. Pick up was quick and responsive, cruising was also smooth with minimal chain rattle and noise.

    When reached destination... realised that i opened the valve too much... oil was splattered all over the rims and tires, but the chain was oiled nicely and evenly.

    Gasket also needs to be reapplied as insufficient gasket was applied on this trial model of "scott oily" resulting in oil leaking from the bottom of the bottle onto the swingarm and floor.

    Further improvements are still being made to perfect it. Updates will be posted here.

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    HI all,I had my DIY oiler hope to share with you all .I had my both air valve block with a used pen tube to made flow slower and i used the bicycle brake cable to replace the air tube .The oil flow slower than the air tube and I used the pen tip as a control valve by remove the ball bearing by letting the oil to flow through slowly.I had used three pen tip as control valve

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    Quote Originally Posted by faun View Post
    HI all,I had my DIY oiler hope to share with you all .I had my both air valve block with a used pen tube to made flow slower and i used the bicycle brake cable to replace the air tube .The oil flow slower than the air tube and I used the pen tip as a control valve by remove the ball bearing by letting the oil to flow through slowly.I had used three pen tip as control valve
    bicycle brake cable cannot see the oil is flowing a not.
    by inserting the electrical the flow was much "restricted" in the tube.

    show us the picture.

    share with us the diy you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxRatedxXx View Post
    Thx for all the kind comments from the brothers here in SBF.... This scott oily is still under research and development as we speak!

    Anyway, here is my review of the beta test model of the "oily" on the first day of trail.

    Day #1: Ride from hougang to clementi with a mix of stop go and highway riding.

    Valve position top: Fully open
    Valve position bottom: Half open
    Distance covered: 20km

    Chain was being oiled throughout the journey, hence could feel the ride become extra smooth. Pick up was quick and responsive, cruising was also smooth with minimal chain rattle and noise.

    When reached destination... realised that i opened the valve too much... oil was splattered all over the rims and tires, but the chain was oiled nicely and evenly.

    Gasket also needs to be reapplied as insufficient gasket was applied on this trial model of "scott oily" resulting in oil leaking from the bottom of the bottle onto the swingarm and floor.

    Further improvements are still being made to perfect it. Updates will be posted here.
    xxxratedxxx-open bottom valve a bit can already
    top open full
    once you get the correct flow rate just on/off the top
    once your chain oil finish come to my office.we reapply the gasket
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    hi the wire on inside the air tube izzit to like add resistance to the flow of the oil?

    n for the last connector tube with 4 strip stickin out is to?care to explain?

    ty in advance...a very good DIY product
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    Quote Originally Posted by e|ement View Post
    hi the wire on inside the air tube izzit to like add resistance to the flow of the oil?

    n for the last connector tube with 4 strip stickin out is to?care to explain?

    ty in advance...a very good DIY product
    1.yes

    2. 4 stick stick out than "Y" it to chain both side of the chain

    3.thank you very much
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    wah bro very detailed and ingenious man....
    you actually put alot of effort in making this happen...
    some more got tried and tested.....

    wait if i got time i oso wan to try ah bro.,......
    looks promising.......
    some more the daiso bottle very cool......

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