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Author Topic: Tecomec chain breaker and spinner  (Read 214 times)

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Offline Reddawg

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Tecomec chain breaker and spinner
« on: November 08, 2017, 05:28:01 PM »
Howdy folks, just wanted a bit of advise before I pull the trigger on that 2 in 1 chain breaker and spinner combo that tecomec makes.
Is it better to have them separate or in a single unit? I wonít be making up a lot of chain, but since I have a couple with 84DL for my new 461R, Iím thinking itís time to buy a spool and make some up. Let alone taking a link off of some older ones.
I know spare parts are a must for the breaker, anything good is rather expensive for the occasional chain.
Any good suggestions or experiences with Tecomec or others?

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