...or you can try my approach - shoot the link across the garage, waste a couple of hours searching, sheepishly contact RK (chain manufacturer) and request a replacement which they graciously send for free, finish job next weekend (much, much more carefully )Nope, just some patience and a little luck getting it back on without shooting it across the garage
And ALWAYS put the link on so its CLOSED end is leading.a good pair of needle nose pliers or small channel locks with a bit of offset to the jaws will make it a easier. do not pry the link open, thats how they fail
YES!!! i actually just was telling someone that yesterday that i encountered with there clip on backwardAnd ALWAYS put the link on so its CLOSED end is leading.
When I started on Brit bikes the admonition was: Fish swim UPSTREAM! to remember the closed end leading.