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Breaks roller chain up to 630. Screws & attachments made from 86L20 steel & heat-treated. Extractor pin firmly guided by removable guide. Bolted to work bench, supported in vise or hold by handle. Heavy-duty use. Made in USA.
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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Buy It !! It is worth the money....
By I think I have a tool for that....
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Comments about Motion Pro Jumbo Chain Tool Kit:
You do not need to grind of the heads of the pins before extracting like other chain breakers. This is a big plus + in my opinion. This tool broke a 525 chain effortlessly. * Some believe that a rivet style master link is difficult to install. This tool makes that job easy. So easy that you could over-press the master link on. My suggestion is get a small/cheap caliper and measure the distance of a link already on the chain and compress the master link to spec. * Take your time and line up everything for effortless operation.Press and riveted a 520 chain with no problem at all. Overall build or this tool is outstanding.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Excellent tool, I would buy it again!
from Saskatchewan, Canada
This product is excellent! Works just like it is supposed to but with one small problem:The master links I got for my chain had no dimples in the ends so the tool didn't come with the appropriate riveting anvils. I needed to place a second order to get the Motion Pro Quad Stake Rivet Kit for the Jumbo Chain Tool.Something to be aware of when placing your order, check what type of master links you have/are getting.
Great tool glad to have purchased it over any other brand.
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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Allentown, PA
The tool does everything it's supposed to do, though I strongly recommend that the user grinds down the chain link pins with a Dremel tool or such before attempting to push them out with the tool. The pin has a tendency to break under extreme pressure(I highly recommend buying a spare).
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