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Motion Pro Chain Riveting Tool Kit.. Input fella's

Hey guys, I am looking at this Motion Pro Chain Riveting Tool Kit.

What do you think of it??
Looking for some good input.
I want one that will last.
http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...-Tool-Kit.aspx

Also, I checked with Kawi Parts Nation and they freakin want 21 bucks to ship a valve cover gasket. :headshake

Who knows where to get em at a decent price where they don't try to rape you w/ shipping?
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I've done a few dozen chains with mine... no real complaints. Every time I let someone else use it it ends up with a broken (or missing) part :(. I wouldn't use it to press out rivets until you've ground them flush... that's about it. :)

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Works fine for me got off eBay for $30.. yes grind the rivits first ..

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Also, I checked with Kawi Parts Nation and they freakin want 21 bucks to ship a valve cover gasket. :headshake

Who knows where to get em at a decent price where they don't try to rape you w/ shipping?
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i've got the motion pro jumbo chain tool and love it. highly recommend!

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i dont grind down the rivets before i push them out, infact i use my electrical impact also when pushing out pins.. never broke a piece yet..

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i dont grind down the rivets before i push them out, infact i use my electrical impact also when pushing out pins.. never broke a piece yet..
then you been lucky so far, I think Motion Pro did a supplement where they recommend to grind first that's what I do then at that point really any tool will do including the Harbor Freight because I broke my motion pro pin and used the HF tool......If funds are a concern there is a link on this site somewhere where a guy also turned his HF tool to Rivet as well do a search or can try to find if some are interested.

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I've had a couple of these kits in the past but swapped over to and have been using the RK Excel chain tool for the past few years and really like it. both are fine but i prefer the RK one alot more.

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Never broke one of these...also order your gasket from ronayers, shipping should be around $5








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