Motion Pro Mini Chain Press Tool For 520 Chain
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Motion Pro Mini Chain Press Tool For 520 Chain

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  • For pressing on press fit side plates on all 520 chains.

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great product

Comments On Mar 29, 2014:a must have when doing any chain work - makes life easy

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light duty

Comments On Mar 03, 2014:I had to force a master link together with this tool and it bent pretty severely on first use. I was able to beat it back flat with a hammer for future use, but I wont carry it on the trail as I dont have faith in it.

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works well

Comments On Jul 13, 2013:I used this to install a 520 x-ring chain, it worked exactly as described. I reccomend this product.

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its okay

Comments On Jul 08, 2013:I thought at first this tool was for breaking chains. its not, but it helped me a bunch when putting on my xring chain.

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big help

Comments On May 17, 2013:this makes pressing master link together on 520 o-ring chains so much easier. Don't know how I went so long without it.

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I like it

Comments On Jan 14, 2013:Sure makes it a breeze!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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EDIT - earlyheimers

Comments On Jan 10, 2013:I think it is possible that I overloaded the tool and bent it. If true, that is my bad so I didn't totally trash the rating. Suggest if you buy this, don't get heavy handed or it will fail. Still, I didn't whale on it with vise-grips or cheater bar, so I don't think it should have bent. Just sayin'.

Additional Comments On Jan 10, 2013:I bought 2 chain presses and mixed up which was which. I'm revising my rating of this press to 5 star because it is NOT the one that failed. Earlyheimers kickin' in again. I narrowed the threaded press bolt nose by grinding so I could use this with clip type masterlinks. This really works great for pressing the plate fully on without having to omit O-rings or X-rings. Following that, installation of clip was a snap! (argh; pun intended)

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chain press

Comments On Nov 25, 2012:Not much to say, it did its job.Handy little tool.

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not that great

Comments On Sep 10, 2012:It works....but only marginally. Cant get enough leverage with the course thread bolts.

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a little mod needed

Comments On Sep 15, 2012:I found that the grooves that allow the chain's side plate to be pressed onto the pins are not quite deep enough. The press tool plates were just pressing or squeezing the chain pins (on each side of the chain and so didn't move once the press was tightened). I will drill 2 small dimples into the press tool plates (get the spacing correct) - to allow the chain pins to move into and allow pressure on to the chain plate/link to press it over the protruding pins enough to put the retaining clip on:) Took me a while to figure out what was happening... but I got it eventually:)

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