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Var #59 Cog Remover Chain Replacement

Old 11-07-18, 08:01 PM
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Var #59 Cog Remover Chain Replacement

What type of chain is this? Single Speed or Moped? Has the letters tm on the chain outer plate.
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Old 11-07-18, 09:21 PM
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Do you have the tool in hand? If so then you can measure and not assume what someone says is real. Most mopeds use a 1/8" chain (like many coaster brake and IGH bikes did) but some use a stronger spec (usually meaning wider and beefier). If you don't have a measuring tool maybe you can hold the tool up against a known cog and judge the fit. The TM likely refers to a production code and not a size. This is where your LBS is a help. Andy
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Why do you want to replace the chains? They look ok to me.
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Probably 1/2" pitch, 1/8" wide.

Not that specific tool ,
[sharing] I got a much more reliable chain whip , by using 1/8" chain master links
where the chain was joining the holes in the steel of the lever Hot rolled steel, flatbar
jamming a section of tubing for a handle on the other end..
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