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Old 03-11-18, 12:09
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Pushing a rivet out without grinding it flush will probably shatter the tool's driving pin.
It doesn't... or rather it hasn't ...
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It doesn't... or rather it hasn't ...

I'm just being a tight-rs, not wishing to scratch my chain breaker..... and I'm probably too kak handed to not bust a driving pin anyway.

YouTube has plenty of vids on how to use a chain breaker and some do, and some don't recommend preparing a rivet head first but I think it's generally agreed if a chain is 530 and thicker you definitely do need to prep 1st. Although I know our chains are thinner I personally prefer spending 27 seconds cutting an old chain off and saving my chain breaker which is lovingly kept bathed in gun oil and under my pillow between usage but that's just me cuz I'm a
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