Does anybody have this part????

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  1. Bike Monster

    Bike Monster New Member

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    Hey guys i took my flat tire of my chopper and fix it last night but when i went to take the chain off i found out that the clip for the master link was missing, must have fallen off, thankfully i still have the master link and its washer but i need that clip... i was hoping that maybe one of you guys might have one that you don't need???? and could just send it to me via an envelope in the mail... i think the chain is #41 roller chain and all it needs is that clip... so if someone would send me one it would be greatly appreciated .shft. thanks
     
  2. decoherence

    decoherence New Member

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    do you have any extra chain links? pick up a chain tool & don't use a master link any more. i'm going to be carrying a few links & my chain tool w/me so i can handle it on the road.
     
  3. Bike Monster

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    Yes i have some extra chain links... but i dont have a chain tool? what does that do??? i always used the dremel and grinded the two pins, then i tapped them out...
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    a chain tool does the same as your dremel, but puts it back together, too.:)

    basically, it's a tiny press that pushes the pin out instead of ruining it, so you can add or remove links. there;s a good cheap one at Harbor Freight.

    if you have a Fastenal or even a good Ace hardware, or any other industrial fastener place around you, they'll have a masterlink for a 41 chain.
     
  5. dmb

    dmb Active Member

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    lowes and homedepot have the m/l's but not the chain, weird heh?
     

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