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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-13-2007, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone loan me there chain tool??

I need to break off my old chain and toss on my new one. Does anyone have the chain kit tool to do this?? Can I borrow it??
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-13-2007, 09:47 AM
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Steve, youre welcome to mine, I have the full RK tool and the "breaker only" motion pro- as you know I am out in the boonies so the logistics suck, but if no-one else ponies up we can work it out I am sure.

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Sounds good man. Possiblility might be to swing by your way tommorrow before I go to work. I work in Rolling Meadows form 2pm till 10pm. So I can maybe swing by your work or home. around noon if something else doesn't come within 60 miles of me lol
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wish I could but Hix is still holding mine hostage



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wish I could but Hix is still holding mine hostage
ho;y shit that was MONTHS AGO!!



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Steve,

I have a good chain tool, and a Dremel to cut it off as well. Maybe you and Tina can meet at your office, I think you said you had some shields for her as well.

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ho;y shit that was MONTHS AGO!!
Ya exactly, when grouch borrows it he is back at my door in two hours with a 12 pack.




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Disregaurd for right now guys. I found a solution. Wink I have a shield for her and when i remember i will get a hold of you to swing by. Thaks for all the help guys.
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