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Old 03-21-2009, 02:24 PM   #1
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Chain riveter

Anyone have one they'll let me borrow? I want to ride tomorrow but I need to get this new chain on. I'm in Conroe btw... My # is 979-906-0289

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I combined a motion pro chain press with a tube flaring kit (I'm a hvac guy). I had to cut out the inside edge of the flaring tool with a dremel just a tad bit. It ended up working perfectly.
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