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Old 05-25-19, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by timothybiklomet View Post
Yeah I waxed my own chain for a few years but it kinda got old. I've also used Wend but it doesn't really work like a well-waxed chain. I just found, think I might try sending my chain to them. It looks like you can send up to 5 for $20 but im not really sure.
Welcome, and don't take it personally. This is a bunch of opinionated, cheap, DIY types...You did say you used to do it yourself, so there is that. You may spend your money any way you want.
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