Tusk Motorcycle Accessories: Drive

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  • Tusk Master Link Clip Pliers

    Tusk Master Link Clip Pliers

    NIKOLAI in UT

    Why oh why did I use needle nose plyers

    This thing is awesome! Offsetting the pliers tips to remove/install the master link saved my mother ears from all the cursing I would have done trying to get a master link off with needle nose pliers.

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  • Tusk Chain Press Tool

    Tusk Chain Press Tool

    Ken in BC

    Worked as advertised

    Bought this tool to help me with my chain. It worked like it was supposed which was all I wanted. I would recommend.

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  • Tusk Chain Riveting Tool

    Tusk Chain Riveting Tool

    don in OH

    Easy Peezy

    This tool makes riveting a chain very easy. I just used it for the first time to rivet a DID VT2 x-ring chain. (1st time riveting a chain). I don't know about long term or using it to break a chain. It should be ok. The Motion Pro pins are interchangeable. Tip; get a pocket caliper, $7, to measure the width of the peened pin. DID says .217 to.228 inches. Or about 5.6mm, to be sure you peen it out completely.

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  • Tusk Heavy Duty Chain Breaker Replacement Pin

    Tusk Heavy Duty Chain Breaker Replacement Pin

    KENNETH in TN

    . Good tool

    It is well made, dose good job pushing rivited pins out. Use oil on tool threds, makes tool last longer and work easyer.

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  • Tusk Chain Breaker

    Tusk Chain Breaker

    Kevin in VA

    Used with Primary Drive 520 ORH Gold X-Ring Chain

    I was replacing my chain with a Primary Drive 520 ORH Gold X-Ring. I wanted to test it out on the old chain since this was my first time using it. Worked without any issues on the old chain. When I went to use it on the new chain, it was more difficult even alternating on between the pins a little at a time. I finally decided to just muscle it even though I was seeing stress on the tool. Finally pushed the pins out but the end of the chain (were I would of been using to connect to the other end of the chain) had expanded just a little (about the size of one of the x-rings) Since I didn't have any more to play with, I decided to use the dremmel tool to grind down the tip of the pin. Once I had it ground down, the tool worked with little effort. Can't tell if the tips on the primary drive chain were a little bigger then normal or what.

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  • Tusk Heavy Duty Chain Breaker

    Tusk Heavy Duty Chain Breaker

    Benton in KS

    Nice

    I wasn't sure when I open the box and looked at it. It's small, but is easy to use and worked great. And best of all fits in my little tool box I take to the trails.

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