Originally Posted by vincent713
You could also use the "spark plug" tool that came with the kit. It fits the drive sprocket bolt so insert the chain and use a screwdriver to turn the sprocket.
I haven't tried that yet, I'll give it a look next build. With both the ones I've built so far I haven't taken the cover off that side while threading the chain into place. That alone would probably make the job a bit easier.
Thanks for the idea.