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Motion Pro Chain Breaker
  • Heat-treated chrome moly body
  • Extremely compact (4”) with folding handle
  • Fits chain sizes 420, 428, 520, 530 and some 630
  • Hardened tip completely removes pin
  • Used in the I.S.D.E.
  • Made in U.S.A.
  • Item # 4880
  • SKU #42193
  • Mfr. Part # 57-5501

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Worked Great

Used to change chain on my bike, worked great, didn't even have to grind the head on chain, it pushed the pin right out.

Patrick - April 28, 2009

(Slidell, LA)

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Easy to use....

So happy I purchased this tool. What a difference compared to a grinder and hammer. Much easier, and cleaner to use as well. HIGHLY recommended.

Dave K - July 10, 2009

(Parsippany, NJ)

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Motion Pro-Chain Breaker

I only used it once but it worked quite well. Smooth operation and pushed the pin out easily without grinding.

terry goldsmith - October 07, 2009

(San Diego, CA)

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Motion Pro - Chain Breaker

GREAT !!!!!!- there are bigger ones out there, but I like the compact size and works very well, Some say it’s on the smallish side - but unless you have bear paws for hands - it will do you well- As usual MS got it to me faster than I expected and gave me EXCELLENT service - than you guys (and gals) :-)

Clint W - April 26, 2010

(Whitecourt, AB)

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very happy

Great chain breaker for a good price!!

Scott - April 26, 2010

(Traverse City, MI)

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Works great

Tool works as advertised. Good value for the money.

Jeff - May 24, 2010

(Mooresville, NC)

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Works just fine

Does what it says. Worked great on my 520 chain.

Eric - November 02, 2011

(Goodyear, AZ)

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Great item to have!

Easy to use and will save you time and frustration beating your knuckles bloody. Right tool for the job!

John - February 02, 2012

(Pittsburgh, PA)

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Works well

as described

Dan - August 27, 2012

(Richmond, ON)

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Works very nice

Very glad i got this it has worked out great on both my dirt bikes chains. Good buy

TJ - October 19, 2012

(Hopewell Junction, NY)

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Sure makes chain work easy...

I used this to shorten a Renthal 520 chain and it was easy, fast, and efficient. How did I live without this tool for all those years? I recommend this tool!

Skip - January 29, 2013

(Cleveland, TN)

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It worked well for me!

This tool fit the 520 chain perfectly and removed the link in short order. Glad I bought it!

wb - July 30, 2013

(Houston, TX)

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Worked Great

Did the job just the way expected and explained in video!

Trapper Jack - February 11, 2014

(Monroe, GA)

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Good basic chain tool

Works great on my 520 chains. Good service from MSS too.

Rico - May 28, 2014

(Lawrence, KS)

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Motion Pro Chain Breaker

Description said good for some 630 chains. Not for mine. Would not push the pin out enough to get the chain broken or get the tool out of the chain link. Solved by backing out the tool pin far enough to use needle nose pliers to place a 4mm-long, small-diameter flat head screw between the link-pin and the end tip of the tool pin. Then it pushed the link-pin the rest of the way out with no problem. Everything else was perfect.

Jerry - June 01, 2010

(Novato, CA)
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