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removed links in my 520 chains with ease. good value.
I used this to break a new chain I bought and it worked great. I even used it to break part of my old chain to carry with me as a spare ont he trail. This is fairly light weight and compact so I can carry it with me in my fender pack too.
This is built well and makes removing links an easy task. I have had others where the design is on the poor side resulting in pins that bend or deform. This is designed well.
Its a deffinite must have if u ever change your own chains. Did my quad chain and my dirtbike. Broke them with ease. Was very suprised. worth every penny
Much easier to use than a die grinder and some foul language. Calmly pushing pins through to get my chain to the size I want is a breeze with this tool.
This works as advertised and it broke my Renthal o-ring chain with ease. I haven't found any proplems yet so I love it.
I used it to break my new chain and it worked good.
Works great! Can't beat it!
Can't beat the price and works on both size of chain.
This chain breaker by Bikemaster is a quality tool that will last. This is an easy to use tool and has a universal fit for all sizes of chains.
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