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I need a chain on my new 919 soon. Since I don't have a chain tool and heard good things about the D.I.D./eBay clone tool, I figured I would have a look. Did I find it? Is this the tool for around $50 that everybody's talking about?

Also, do you know of any cheaper, equally reliable models?

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Uh Ive put over 20k on a 9er's and never had to have one of those. Save the money for mods. Buy a chain from LDH and be done with it. Its all about maintenance.

Edit. Try a kerosene bath and a good cleaning with the chain on the bike, dont over do it. Good luck Bro

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Ive used a Motion Pro breaker/riveter tool and had great luck with it...it has a very different design from this one.

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Uh Ive put over 20k on a 9er's and never had to have one of those. Save the money for mods. Buy a chain from LDH and be done with it. Its all about maintenance.

Edit. Try a kerosene bath and a good cleaning with the chain on the bike, dont over do it. Good luck Bro
even if you buy a chain from LDH you still will need a rivet tool.

I am going to expierement with a steel bb and a C clamp here in the coming weeks on a chain on my CRF250X ... i figured if the ghetto ball peened master link has lasted this long anything else will be better... that stated the 250X has a LOT less power than the 9er.

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If you get an EK chain, you can go with their screw type master link. It's got good reviews and all you need to install is an 8mm wrench.

Scroll halfway down to check it out
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If you get an EK chain, you can go with their screw type master link. It's got good reviews and all you need to install is an 8mm wrench.

Scroll halfway down to check it out
EK MOTORCYCLE CHAINS | Enuma Chain Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Interesting. I never saw the screw type.

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That is interesting. Any other reviews opinions of this chain?

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I bought the tool kit off ebay. It was like 50 bucks and came in a red box. It works great. Just make sure you use some sort of grinder first to grind the rivet down. I broke the spare pin trying without grinding. Dremels work as do drill attachment grinders.

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Motorcycle Chain Repair Break Tool Riveter Rivet | eBay

I need a chain on my new 919 soon. Since I don't have a chain tool and heard good things about the D.I.D./eBay clone tool, I figured I would have a look. Did I find it? Is this the tool for around $50 that everybody's talking about?

Also, do you know of any cheaper, equally reliable models?

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I have never used one like that. I wonder if it uses the same rod to press out the old pin and spread the new rivet.

I bought this one 7 years ago and after doing several (I mean a lot) of master links for myself, my buddies (free beer) and my son and his buddies the rod finally broke - but it still works. I have more than gotten my money's worth. Unless you're thinking of giving up riding someday a good chain tool is always a good investment.
Motorcycle ATV Chain Cutter Breaker Riveting Rivet Tool Sizes 428 520 530 | eBay


As far as the screw type link goes, you'll just have to weigh the cost of the links over several years vs buying the tool - give or take free beer from your buddies who don't have a tool.

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even if you buy a chain from LDH you still will need a rivet tool.

I am going to expierement with a steel bb and a C clamp here in the coming weeks on a chain on my CRF250X ... i figured if the ghetto ball peened master link has lasted this long anything else will be better... that stated the 250X has a LOT less power than the 9er.
You can get away with stuff on a 250 but a high torque liter bike can be less forgiving. A good friend of mine put a cheap chain on his DL1000 and when it broke, it wrapped around the countershaft . . . . . . . .

. . . . . he had to order a new engine case. $$$

So I would put nothing less than a 10,000# tensile strength chain on a 919 and use a real rivet type link - but that's me.

BTW: I quit drinking beer and switched to highland single malt. My buddies don't come around so much any more.
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I also bought a chain sprocket kit off ebay for 99 bucks. Magnum oring chain and jtsprocket sprockets. 2000 hard miles and no problems.

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Stockton kit worked very well for me.

I tried the BB and clamp method, but couldn't get it to work. I finally broke down and spent the money on the tool.

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Motorcycle Chain Repair Break Tool Riveter Rivet | eBay

I need a chain on my new 919 soon. Since I don't have a chain tool and heard good things about the D.I.D./eBay clone tool, I figured I would have a look. Did I find it? Is this the tool for around $50 that everybody's talking about?

Also, do you know of any cheaper, equally reliable models?

Thanks gang.


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That is interesting. Any other reviews opinions of this chain?
Not on this forum but do a Google and you'll see reviews.

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DID chain always.... im sorry but the rest just do not compare.

as far as riveting my chain... ill probably hit my buddy up for his tool.

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Yes. A couple years ago I bought one of these clone DID chain tools.

The U-shaped piece did not fit correctly and would flex under load until one side slipped out. I was able to - WITH DIFFICULTY - get one chain broken and riveted.

Then I asked for a replacement that had better quality control. No Joy!
I got a refund and now have an El-Cheapo Cycle Gear chain tool. It works

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If the U-shaped piece had more & better contact with the main body and did not flex and disengage, then this would be a great tool. You can easily generate HUGE force to push pins & break the chain, and to set rivets. I guess that's why the name-brand D.I.D. tool is so darned expensive.
It looks like these clones are QA rejects from the D.I.D. factory in China.


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Yikes. A C-Clamp on that sucker would allow you to keep using it, I bet. Although, best to just get a proper tool.

I bought a Tusk kit that works good. Probably a re-named knock off, but I've had no problems in the 5-6 chains I've done. The key is to grind off the old pin before pressing.

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this is why you have to grind off the rivet to break the chain otherwise even high quality tools will break. it will make your life MUCH easier if you do so.

Texas wanna sell that tool.... ill buy it off you if its not broken.

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I've never changed chain/sprockets before, something I let the pros do. Does taking the chain off really have to be so proper? What about some bolt cutters?

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Yikes. A C-Clamp on that sucker would allow you to keep using it, I bet. Although, best to just get a proper tool.
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It took more than a C-clamp to get the chain riveted.
The ears on the main part of the tool took some bending in (via 4-lb sledge) to finish the job, and even then it was still not working right.


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this is why you have to grind off the rivet to break the chain otherwise even high quality tools will break. it will make your life MUCH easier if you do so.

Texas wanna sell that tool.... ill buy it off you if its not broken.
I did grind the head of the rivet off before trying to press the pin out. That wasn't the main problem.
Pressing the plate on went OK.
Setting the rivet was the biggest b!tch -w- that tool. The tool would pop apart before the rivet was properly expanded. The two images with the tool on the chain show it ready to come apart while setting the rivet on the new chain.

No, I do not have it anymore. I returned it for a refund.


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^^ I meant putting a c-clamp on the tool itself, not the chain. To keep those jaws from spreading apart and the tool from coming apart.

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its so cal man... we are always hitting eachother up for eachothers tools.

Well, if ya got a circle of friends, why not.

I myself do not like to lend them out unless I am there.

That way I can try to keep them from fucking it up, but if they do, I can hit them with it after they break it, over and over and over again.

Then, they buy me a knew one.

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So to verify, this product is an effective one?

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....or, I found these, too, via the recommendations in this thread:

Heavy Duty Chain Breaker

Motion Pro Chain Press Tool - Dirt Bike Motocross - Motorcycle Superstore

Which would you choose? These two together or the eBay tool in my previous post?

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The universal one in the red box is what i used twice. Still have it. Grind down the rivets and pick the right pin. Works just fine for me. I watched some youtube vids til i felt comfortable with what i was doing.

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Same here, I have the ebay one. It works fine so far. Have used it on a couple 530's and 3 or 4 520's.

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So the EBay kit sets the side plate and peens the new rivets, too, right?

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So the EBay kit sets the side plate and peens the new rivets, too, right?
The master link side plate installation spacers included with EK brand chains make it easy.

I have also learned to use the rear sprocket as my "work bench" by zip-tying the chain ends to it with the extra links hanging out. Then I grind the pin to remove the extra links with no chance of cutting the new chain too short. Working on the rear sprocket makes cranking down on the chain tool much easier.



That other tool could not be used over the sprocket.
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^^ +1. I've used that eBay tool just like Ken has. Works great.

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Ken, so the tool pictured is the eBay tool?

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The universal one in the red box. That you referenced. It will push the plate on and push down the rivets as well.

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The one in the pic^^

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I see the light. Sorry for being thick.

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can that "universal" one on ebay set the rivets?

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can that "universal" one on ebay set the rivets?
Yup.

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eBay kit in transit. Thanks again, dudes.

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do you have a picture of what the rivet setting pin looks like? I got a nice chain breaker that i use all the time to break chains, but im wondering if it can also be used to set the rivet.

Doing a lil research this tool ... all for 11.99

http://www.harborfreight.com/heavy-d...ker-66488.html

Comes with two tips and with just the use of the extra tip you can rivet it.

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