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On 02/08/2020 at 18:27, amateur said:

Sounds about right.

I find that heating a perfectly clean crankcase in the oven to replace bearings, and, indeed, putting bearings in the freezer, causes a disproportionate reaction. It's not as though we don't change out of our greasy boots

Or forgetting that you left a tin of Linklyfe bubbling away on the hob while you nipped out for a pint, other half home first, marked lack of understanding I thought......

For the younger user, in the days before O and X ring chains you lubed a chain by gently boiling in Linklyfe, a thick black grease.

Atb S.

 

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4 minutes ago, handy4454 said:

 Or forgetting that you left a tin of Linklyfe bubbling away on the hob while you nipped out for a pint, other half home first, marked lack of understanding I thought......

For the younger user, in the days before O and X ring chains you lubed a chain by gently boiling in Linklyfe, a thick black grease.

Atb S.

Been there, done that, though not leaving it on the stove and going out.

I was guilty of overheating Linklyfe, once, until it flashed over and caught fire.

Nowadays I use an ancient picnic stove - the chain on my bike is still old school

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Christ when i first moved here i ran a cable from a plug to the garage to the first double socket for the tumble drier and a electric  lawn mower  as required then onto another double socket for my 6 foot freezer and garage lights , then onto another double socket for my music box and telly , But ive a lead off to the shed for two double sockets to run both freezers  and a light and a spare for when i need to powerwash out the dog runs and its all still in use 

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Any resemblance to my life is purely coincidental

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