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Old 02-14-10, 10:51 PM   #1
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A few Cyclo chain rivet tool parts free.

See jpeg.

I couldn't bring myself to throw these out. Some mechanic out there must still use Cyclo chain rivet removers.

You get 2 used screw parts with pins and 2 new pins. Total of 4 pins and 2 screw parts. All made in England. They still make and sell Cyclo tools.

I'll put them in an envelope and mail them off if anybody can use them.

If the price is too high, I'll take offers.
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Old 02-14-10, 11:17 PM   #2
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I have two of these tools, and they're 25 or 30 years old, and I've never lost that removable rivet. I only broke one of those tools once. It's not the quickest or comfortablest tool, but it works very well.
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Old 02-15-10, 08:33 PM   #3
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I have two of these tools, and they're 25 or 30 years old, and I've never lost that removable rivet. I only broke one of those tools once. It's not the quickest or comfortablest tool, but it works very well.
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Yeah I HAD (past tense) two to these tools once too, and same vintage. What you see are what's left. After the second one bit the dust on a tough chain rivet recently I figured it was time to step up to one of the Big Boys.
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I just bought a new chain tool. I forgot what brand. It says it works on new Shimano chains, and it seemed like a good idea, because I wonder if my Cyclo could damage the new chains. I haven't used it yet.
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I'll take them if you still have them. PM'd you with address. Very nice of you.
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Thanks for giving the parts a good home.
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