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Best tool for rivet type master link

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Hi,

I need some advice from you guys, I want colect some tools to do some jobs by myself, and one of them is tools for chain. I'm riding a lot and changing a chain two/three times a year.

I could find at any store in poland one of this tools. And I dont want to pay all the time to service to done this job.

I found a different brands and price are from 20$ up to 220$, I want it for years not for two/three changes that why it has to be good.

Mostly I use 520 (oring or xring).

plesae help to pick up one...

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4108-12950-42500_product_539180_keyword_chain+AND+tool.MOTION_PRO174_CHAIN_PRESS_T.htm

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4423-19649-31855_product_555416_keyword_chain+AND+tool.REGINA_CHAIN_COMPACT_58148.htm

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4423-19649-31855_product_540986_keyword_chain+AND+tool.RK_CHAIN_BREAKER__PRESS-FIT_A.htm

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4107-41270-6041_product_531273_keyword_chain+AND+tool.DID_CHAIN_CUT__RIVET_TOOL.htm

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4108-12950-42500_product_539179_keyword_chain+AND+tool.MOTION_PRO174_CHAIN_RIVETIN.htm

http://www.dgy.com/eshopprod_cat_4107-41281_product_532489_keyword_chain+AND+tool.MOTION_PRO174_JUMBO_CHAIN_T.htm

or maybe another one ???

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I have bad luck with master link its came off my chaine once :-( and I dont wanna happend this again...

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I have bad luck with master link its came off my chaine once :-( and I dont wanna happend this again...

Then you're doing something wrong (not hacking on you).

I use the last tool (jumbo) for sportbike chains. I use masters on my MXers

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My RMZ450 wears the clip off the masters and my XR650R specifically recommends using a rivet type master. I have used the Jumbo as well and it seems like a well made tool. My only advice is not to get carried away when flaring the rivet as it will split and look like hell. Just flare it enough to keep it tight.

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