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    Default Lubing moving parts.

    Hi folks,

    Which oil is best for oiling indicators buttons, side-stands, etc. after washing? I use motul for chain lube. Is it advisable to use the same?

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    I guess chain lube should do the job.
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    I guess chain lube should do the job.
    ok, great! Thanks for the reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santosh Nair View Post
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    Which oil is best for oiling indicators buttons ...
    Best is to leave them alone after cleaning. Any kind of lubricant will attract dirt and dirt is the worst enemy for switches; esp choke button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santosh Nair View Post
    Hi folks,

    Which oil is best for oiling indicators buttons, side-stands, etc. after washing? I use motul for chain lube. Is it advisable to use the same?
    Get a can of WD40. It helps alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SparKot View Post
    Best is to leave them alone after cleaning. Any kind of lubricant will attract dirt and dirt is the worst enemy for switches; esp choke button.
    But parts like indicators buttons do not remain smooth after certain time. I believe that must be due to lack of lubrication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mail2vasant View Post
    Get a can of WD40. It helps alot.

    I believe WD-40 will solve keyhole rustings and all, but will it help to loosen plastic parts?

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