Used the tool the day it came in the mail. Worked great, it’s in my tool pouch now!
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Love this tool, much easier than trying to use a grinder. Worth the investment.
It was my first time chaining a chain and this tool make it look like I have done this for ever!
super simple tool that can get you out of trouble, best part of it is very lite to carry with you.
Make your chain the right size with ease
This chain breaker works great but the handle could be a little bit longer though.. other than the handle being kind of small it works great.
Bought this to break my first chain ever... was so simple. Held the chain in my hand and used this tool....worked like a dream
I was able to break one chain with this tool. I used it once and it bent the pin on the tool that pushes the pin out of the chain. If you want a chain breaking tool and you don't want to spend a lot, be gentle with this one.
If youve never broken a chain before, have no fear. Its incredibly easy with this tool.
Tool worked perfectly took only a few minutes and was effortless
First time using one of these after 25 yrs and man I do not know what I was thinking by using a grinder, punch and hammer to knock the pins out!! This was easy as it gets!
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Question asked by nkkmccu
Question:Q: There are three options listed here. How do I know which one I need to choose if I don't know what kind of chain was put on the bike I own?Question asked Over 7 months ago
Question asked by albielax
Question:Q: Can this thing break https://motosport.com/renthal-520-r33-oring-chain ?Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question asked by Samuel
Question:Q: Do you need a vice?Question asked 2 years 8 months agoDoes this absolutely need a vice to be used or does that just make it easier and it can be simply held in your hand while breaking?
Question answered by BraaaperUser's contributor status:Question answered 2 years 8 months agoAnswer: A: You don't need a vice the only thing you need is a mean pair of man hands and start torquing on it with a ratchet and it will pop that pin right out
Question asked by Bill
Question:Q: Which product is the one in the video attached to this product? There are two different pictures for this product.Question asked 2 years 9 months ago
Question answered by KRUSHERUser's contributor status: Top 100Question answered 2 years 9 months agoAnswer: A: That must be the one that goes up to 620 chains. Mine is the first picture one, silver n black and it is the 525
Question asked by JimJones
Question:Q: Will this work as a chain press as well as a chain breaker?Question asked Over 3 years agoI'm looking for something I can throw in my backpack along with a few extra links so that way if out in the middle of nowhere and suffer a broken chain I can make a trail side repair instead of having to push my bike back through miles of desert?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: No this would be a breaker only. I would recommend the Motion Pro Chain Breaker/Press/Riveting Tool.