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Oiling should be done as soon as possible after washing and drying. Use special chain oil for lubricating oil.

1. Every piece of metal that makes up the chain must touch oil. Since there are many places to refuel, you can use an oil-based pen to make a mark on the chain, and then start oiling from the mark, and then encounter the mark to indicate that it is finished. Use a syringe to drop oil on both sides of the chain, 1 or 2 drops at a time.

2. After you are done, leave it for a few minutes to allow the oil to soak through the entire chain.

3. The oil left on the outside of the chain will only stick to ashes. Wrap the chain with a dry rag, turn the crank, and wipe off the excess oil.

4. If there is a lot of oil on the crankset and flywheel, change the chain back and forth, move the chain away from the original crankset and flywheel, and wipe off the oil on the crankset and flywheel with a rag. These oils will pick up a lot of dust.

5. After each general ride, use a rag to keep it clean, and then wash and oil it after a period of time.

When riding in muddy places, the oil from the chain will quickly disappear. At this time, the wear of the chain is very heavy and the sound is also loud, so it needs to be replenished in time.
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