Re: Remove Chain Links

Jim Madden /
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I just did this to mine after going to a smaller sprocket.I used a dremmel tool to grind the the end flat and drove the pin out with a punch and hammer.be sure to only remove one link at a time and test fit it as you may think you need to take more than nessary "It's decieving just by looking".I found a heavy duty chain breaking tool at lowes for $19.95 in their nuts and bolts section also a bunch of chains and master links of different sizes.I wish I had seen this tool sooner I would have used this first as they are much less time consuming than grinding.Good luck.

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