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Motion Pro Chain Riveting Tool. Designed to rivet chain links to form an endless chain such as cam and drive chains. May also be used to push pins out for breaking chains.
-Will break chains from #35 to #530
-For chain #520 and up, it is recommended to grind the rivet head
-Each kit includes 3 pin sizes to fit most chains (2mm, 3mm, 4mm)
-Investment-cast, hardened body and redesigned body bolt
-Recommended for light to medium-duty use
-For riveting hollow nose master links only
-Kit includes press plates
-For riveting solid nose master links such as those found on EK and Regina chains, use Jumbo Chain tool in conjunction with Quad-Stake Rivet Kit
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
A well-made tool
Comments about Motion Pro Chain Breaker & Riveting Tool:
This is a solid tool. I bought it because several people on a motorcycle mailing list gave it a thumbs-up... now I do too.The instructions are almost OK. They aren't perfectly clear at first. So I did a "dry-run" first. I assembled the tool for each operation (chain break, plate press, rivet) and worked the tool. That helped me understand the instructions a little better.Breaking the chain was a breeze. I ground the pin tip off and the tool did the rest. In the past I've driven the pins out with a hammer and a drift, which is a pain.The only part I don't like about the tool? Pressing the link plate on. The tool's press plate pivots while you are cranking up the pressure, so it doesn't line up with the pins after they come through the link plate. I had to back the tool off three times to line it up again. Next time I may slip something between the tool body and the press plate to keep it from rotating. In the end it did the job, so it's not a big problem.Riveting the pins was quick and easy. I almost forget to insert the "anvil" which goes behind the pin.. Then, when I turned around to get the wrench, the anvil fell out while I wasn't looking. Make sure to double-check that it's in there before you crank down on it. Again, no biggie.I'm glad it came in a hard-shell case to hold the tool and all the small parts. It would be easy to lose some of the smaller bits, so I'm careful to inventory them when packing it up.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great chain toll!
from West Orange,NJ
It was my first time changing my motorcycle chain.The tool was easy to use and it didn't break.I learn how to use the tool on Youtube.
By Dangerboy John
from Cleveland, TN
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The tool worked well and the directions were clearly written. All parts were precise and expertly crafted. I ground the rivet heads off my 520 chain even though the directions didn't say it was required. I didn't want to risk damaging the tool. I read of another reviewer (webbikeworld) that snapped off the screw-on handle when trying to remove a pin without grinding the head off first.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
have two one for race bike
By nitro bob
from stroudsburg Pa
we use this on our comp bike,and my street bike its a great tool but do not use a lever just follow directions and it works fine
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