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Hey guys planning to do my chain and sprocket soon but im sure ill have trouble putting on the chain was curious if anyone has a chain breaking kit i could borrow for the day. Thanks i could even give you guy guys a deposit as collateral
 

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Yeah, angle grinder will do the trick if you're comfortable using one.

But where are you located? You should fill in your details in your account. Would make it easier to help you out in the future when you have questions etc?
 

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if you dont end up getting a chain breaker, just grind straight through the chain. Or use bolt cutters - that's what i did ;)

I recommend getting a chain press tool for putting the chain on though, if you're using a clip link chain.
 

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Just had a chat with a friend that did his chain and sprocket not long ago said he had a bit of trouble putting the chain on. Definately might need some help if anyone is able to give me a hand with this thanks
 

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jl.208 said:
Just had a chat with a friend that did his chain and sprocket not long ago said he had a bit of trouble putting the chain on. Definately might need some help if anyone is able to give me a hand with this thanks
Hope it wasn't me because we use a hammer and a nail punch, i think also an angle grinder. Planning to do it yourself?
 

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Ok guys me and AJ26 are gonna try do it this sunday but still cant get a chain breaking kit, so we are gonan try do it with just a grinder. But if any one is willing to lend me one for the day it would make it so much easier. As to Sneddy cant really afford chain and sprocket plus the breaker still a student so money is pretty scarce =/
 

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Oi dude, did mine a matter of weeks ago. grinder and hammer with punch was a struggle but workable, your totally gonna want a press fit tool but. Couldnt get my new chain together without it. Pretty sure i told you the story.
 
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