Short answer, 2 master links is fineAllright so my definition of "links" in regards to a chain was a bit skewed. so i need to add 1 link to my chain. opinions/ experiences of running 2 master links rivet on type. ready go! please and thanks gents
Chain is EK 520
Its not that hard to remove when your replacing your chain. Just cut the old chain with a cutting tool; thats what i did w my old OEM chain.YEah, i dont see a problem.. but not unless you really HAVE to... twice the work to flare out, twice the work to remove later down the line..
so i was thinking about doing 1 rivet on masterlink and 1 of the EK screw/rivet type for easier tearing changes. thoughts?Neve said it was hard. Just more work for my lazy ass.. Oh and I change my sprockets more on a trackbike than my streetbike. I like to change gearings based on the track Im going to.. 2 cents..
Keep in mind the screw types are easy to install as you only need a 8mm wrench (maybe 6mm) but if your doing many gear changes those links run about $22 shipped so that could get expensive.so i was thinking about doing 1 rivet on masterlink and 1 of the EK screw/rivet type for easier tearing changes. thoughts?