The Motion Pro PBR Chain Tool has an innovative design that will Press, Break and Rivet 520, 525, and 530 chains. This uniquely designed tool is one of the best chain breakers we have ever tried, and we have tried a few!
• Versatile design will remove chain pins, press master-link plates and rivet hollow nose and soft nose master link pins on O-ring and non O-ring chains
• Easy to use design allows you to change tool functions by simply moving the position of the anvil block
• Indexing letters on movable anvil and body ensures correct tool configuration- line up letter on anvil to letter on body to get the configuration you need
• All components conveniently store on tool when not in use
• All steel construction with heat treated components for strength and durability
• May be supported in a vise or held with included handle
• Great for the professional technician or DIY mechanic
• Compact and light enough to carry in a tool bag for trail side repairs
• Includes spare pin
Your bike's chain and sprockets have a tough job to do, and it's not like they get to work in a very clean environment. So even if you're diligent about cleaning and lubricating your chain as outlined in our last MC Garage video (How To Properly Lubricate Your Chain), your chain and sprockets will eventually wear out. When your drivechain wears out you can pay a shop to replace the parts or you can invest in a chain breaking and riveting tool like Motion Pro's PBR tool and tackle the job yourself. In this video from the MC Garage, Senior Road Test Editor Ari Henning will show you how to replace an endless sealed chain and front and rear sprockets. Included in this video are tips on replacing the sometimes difficult-to-remove countershaft sprocket as well as advice on master-link choice and how to properly rivet a new master link.
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