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Old 01-08-19, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Wattsup View Post
Why did you buy the R&R?
To try it. I occasionally try something different. I'm seldom impressed. I've tried Finish Line's Dry and didn't find it to be so. I've tried WD-40's dry and also didn't find it to be dry. A further count against it is that it smells like Hai Karate. I didn't want to revisit my high school days
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A further count against it is that it smells like Hai Karate.
Mmm, be careful how you use it!! Brings back memories from my childhood......


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Mmm, be careful how you use it!! Brings back memories from my childhood......
That's the reason I didn't use it! I didn't want to get attacked while riding. My wife probably would have taken a dim view of it as well.
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