This is really good.
It purchased, although chain exchange is carried out by itself for the first time.
Since he did not want to spend money on the rarely used tool, it chose by price serious consideration.
If a breaker is fixed to the portion which wants to cut a chain and a left-hand side hexagon-head screw is turned, a thin stick will come out from a breaker.
It is a mechanism in which a chain goes out by the thin stick pushing out the pin which connects a chain step by step, and pushing out thoroughly.
If it has a chain breaker in a right hand and works with a glasses wrench to the left hand, beginners can also do it.
Since the folio number of the sprocket was also lessened this time, the purchased chain was shortened, but it was easy when there was this tool.
More, it is cut by the impulse to come to cut.
(Smile) It is recommended.
It purchased for chain exchange of VTR250 purchased in medieval times.
Although it was the first chain exchange, there is also no trouble in particular and it has cut the chain easily.
Since CBR1000RR is also converted to 520, it uses also here.
There is also no modification of an extrusion pin after use, and I think that they are comparatively quite goods of a price.
It purchased for chain exchange.
I think that it is good for people with two or more motorcycles of a chain size difference since the correspondence size is 428 to 520.
Although I did chain exchange for the first time, I have cut in about about 5 minutes by the 14-mm socket & ratchet and this tool.
There is also no modification of an extrusion part (pin) and I think that they are good goods.
When the Japanese translation was also in the description, in addition, it was good.