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post #1 of 6 Old 09-27-2003, 8:31 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Tools

Would any local places carry a Chain Press Tool? How about a hardware store or a place like that? I would like to ride my bike this weekend, but I need a chain press tool to get the new chain on, and my buddy is away for the weekend.


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I don't know if this is an option for you, but I usually throw my bike in the van and take it to my nearest dealer. I cut the chain to length and get the new sprockets already on before leaving. It takes them about 5 minutes to pin the chain and they usually don't charge anything.

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Omaha. But you have to ask him nicely for him to do it.
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I'm a Sprocket Specialist dealer...I can see if they have them in stock as I do not?

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Why not put on the clip, temporarily, and ride it to the dealer and have them do it properly?

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Re: Tools

I'm all set for now. I have the master link on, but I have ordered a press tool, which should be here Tuesday. Thanks for all the help.
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