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Old 08-17-2009, 11:17 PM   #1
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Can i borrow some chain tools.

i need the stuff to rivet a chain on like wed or thurs. im in baytown but will pick up and bring back anywhere and will leave something of value as collateral. unless someone would like to ride out here to let me use it for the 5 minutes it takes. maybe like 20 bucks or some beer for your trouble.
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Old 08-17-2009, 11:32 PM   #3
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cycle gear sells some motion pro tools, yes they are cheap and dont last like the rk chain kit does, but all you gotta do it use a cutting wheel and cut the chain in half, zip tie the new chain to the old chain, pull the new chain through, get the master link and the press it on using the $20 motion pro tool
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Hubby has a lot of tools but most are still up in New Waverly. I will ask him in the morning and see if we have the stuff you need here If so, you can ride your over here and use em...and see my bike and pup
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cycle gear sells some motion pro tools, yes they are cheap and dont last like the rk chain kit does, but all you gotta do it use a cutting wheel and cut the chain in half, zip tie the new chain to the old chain, pull the new chain through, get the master link and the press it on using the $20 motion pro tool
new sprockets are being put on also, so feeding the chain through is no problem. Its simple and i use a cutting wheel. i just dont have the rivet press thingy.
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Old 08-19-2009, 09:02 PM   #7
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ok update i need to borrow the little crimp rivet thing ( i have no idea what its called ) BUT I NEED IT FRIDAY AFTERNOON
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