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Every piece of your motorcycle is finely crafted, designed to deliver the utmost performance – but only when you take care of it. Proper maintenance is a must with any bike, and your drive system is not exempt. Fortunately, drive tools can make the process easier.
There are many tools available to ensure that you are able to keep your chain and other components in the best shape possible. We carry practically every motorcycle chain tool available, plus a few other drive tools:
Among the many drive and chain tools we stock, we choose only the best brands – those you can trust with your bike’s maintenance. We know how important achieving the highest performance is, and that’s why we carry names such as these:
Many of these tools make necessary maintenance much easier. For example, a motorcycle’s chain gradually stretches. This is due to the natural wear that results from such heavy-duty use. However, by removing a link or two, you can lengthen the life of your chain and delay replacing it. Under normal circumstances, adjusting a chain can be extremely difficult. But with the right motorcycle chain tool, it becomes a process you can easily manage yourself.
Check out our selection of tools today. You’re sure to find something that’s a perfect addition to your tool box or garage.
Kevin in VA
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.Read All Reviews
Doug Newton in South Carolina
One of these was packaged with a can of chain lube. I use nothing else now. I only use the grunge brush for cleaning the sprocket. This brush is great for my street bikes, dual sport and dirt bike. The bristles last a long time too.Read All Reviews