Originally Posted by AZ-Twin
I have the motion pro tool.
I know installing a rivet type master is tricky as you need to get both of the rivets the same, or it may break in the future. I use the clip type also and have never had an issue, probably because I usually have about 4 masters links with me.
When do you want to get the new chain installed? Is the bike on the road now and you just want to swap the chain? Ride over to the house and bring your new chain and we can fix it and have a beer or two.
let me know.
The bike is still on the road now. One of the rollers on the chain is missing (discovered upon inspection when determining to replace the sprockets). Problem is I need to use my stand to do any work and I have to pick up a torque wrench as well. Single sided swingarms are sexy to look at...shitty to work on. Probably looking at doing it not this weekend but next weekend some time.