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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-29-2016, 06:39 AM Thread Starter
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Chain monkey

A useful tool. Recommended. http://www.tru-tension.com/chain-monkey/

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-29-2016, 09:53 AM
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As the name says.

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As the name says.
Is that a slam or an endorsement?

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Is that a slam or an endorsement?
Dunno. Ive been riding and maintaining bikes for nigh on 30yrs, and this cheap tool makes life much easier for adjusting the chain.

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What's bime... and do MV make one? If so where can I buy? Can I send you my CC number and you send me the certificate later?


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I think it makes a really easy job thke twice as long mate, so not an endorsement at all. Think about it really, how much easier could it be to adjust the chain on a bike like the MV, this Monkey tool make it more complicated no doubt.
So another useless sales gimmick in my eyes for sure.

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So youve got no experience of one, but are eager to condemn it. Ok.

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So youve got no experience of one, but are eager to condemn it. Ok.
Two things mate.
1. I have got experience of with them, dealers try and sell them at the track all the time - ask them what the tension is for a F4 2001 or a 2009 B4 and 2103 F3 - I dare you.
2. Common sense.

Do you really want to tell me that using that POS makes it easier to adjust the chain on your MV than the original method
I did say "think about it" - but go and try it instead.

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Lol.
Anyway, mate, I find the POS useful. Others might too.

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