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    Re: Chain Breaking/Riveting Tools

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    Pat, if you need something non-BMW specific for your bike the folks at the Suzuki dealership in Missoula were great to work with. They got me in quick, and got the master link I had with me riveted on in no time, again great folks.
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    Steve...would you believe that I still haven't changed out my sprockets and chain! It has been moved up my to-do list however. The problem is I've found so many places to "explore" that don't put that much stress on the old chain and sprockets and the "power of "wanderlust" has taken over. Here's an example of what I'm talking about....
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    Re: Chain Breaking/Riveting Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by Whosoever View Post
    Steve...would you believe that I still haven't changed out my sprockets and chain! It has been moved up my to-do list however. The problem is I've found so many places to "explore" that don't put that much stress on the old chain and sprockets and the "power of "wanderlust" has taken over. Here's an example of what I'm talking about....
    ENUFF SAID!!

    I UNDERSTAND...

    one day, i'll git back up that way

    sure is pretty

    & i'll admit, i'd be riding, instead of wrenchin, too

    now that i've got the DR350 off the table & out of the service bay, the URAL kneads sum kneading, b4 i go much farther on her

    sw
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    Re: Chain Breaking/Riveting Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by Whosoever View Post
    Steve...would you believe that I still haven't changed out my sprockets and chain! It has been moved up my to-do list however. The problem is I've found so many places to "explore" that don't put that much stress on the old chain and sprockets and the "power of "wanderlust" has taken over. Here's an example of what I'm talking about....

    Yea, I'd say that would keep me out of the shop as well! Looking forward to getting back out that way!
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