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chain tool...

ok so i did the 520 on my 08. now im stuck, i dont have a chain tool and im not going to waste $100 bucks on it to use it once. does anyone who lives near miami have one so i could borrow it?
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good idea but i dont have the tools to make that lol
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-25-2008, 12:55 PM
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All you need is a dremel, the right sized drill bit, tap, and steel. You can get taps from home depot for cheap.
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stop being a cheap ass and buy the RK chain breaker and riveter. a shop charges $100 fo the job so the tool pays for itself upon first use..... any motorcyclist should have a chain breaker and riveter handy.... you WILL use it more than once if you plan to ride for awhile....

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^^ that is only a breaker. you still need the riveter.... and motion pro chain tools are not as good as RK.

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- .9 kg/mm constant-rate fork springs +re-valving
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