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pigryder

Chain Breaker!!

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Hey guys I'm curious if you use a chain breaker to remove the chain can the same chain and link be used to put it back together? Never had a one piece chain before... :applause:

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so after you break the chain you have to use a master link you cant press it back together into a one piece chain again?

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Grinder and extra master links!

The best no doubt...Use a Dremel tool or buy a grinder bit for your drill and go to town on those pins. :applause:

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so after you break the chain you have to use a master link you cant press it back together into a one piece chain again?

With the right chain tool and a staked link you can make it just like it was stock

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RK makes a good riveting tool that sells for about 60 bucks.I found one at a local dealer, works great. I use a grinder to break the chain.

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so basically a staked link which I can get at a shop? I figured I could grind out links like I used to on my cr125 when it would stretch chains (cheap ones) every ride. Grind off the pins, press in staked link with chain press...correct?

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You press the link together than stake it to keep it from coming apart,lots of the high end chains come with a stake link, should be able to buy just the link also

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