1/8" chain whip for track bike



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Zog The Undeniable

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Anyone know who sells one in the UK? My 3/32" one doesn't work - it
just slips on the sprocket.
 
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Pete whelan

Guest
If you want a combined chain whip and lockring tool, which is
mega-strong then the Shimano one is very good. Madison dobn't normally
import them, but Condors in London managed to get 50 of them. Well
worth the money.

Zog The Undeniable wrote:
> Anyone know who sells one in the UK? My 3/32" one doesn't work - it
> just slips on the sprocket.
 
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Zog The Undeniable

Guest
Pete whelan wrote:

> If you want a combined chain whip and lockring tool, which is
> mega-strong then the Shimano one is very good. Madison dobn't normally
> import them, but Condors in London managed to get 50 of them. Well
> worth the money.
>
> Zog The Undeniable wrote:
>
>> Anyone know who sells one in the UK? My 3/32" one doesn't work - it
>> just slips on the sprocket.

>
>

Thanks. I've now manufactured the mother of all chainwhips from some
40mm x 4mm x 1000mm steel bar (cut down to about 20") and some spare
1/8" chain. It should shift *anything*.
 
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Simon Brooke

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in message <[email protected]>, Zog The Undeniable
('[email protected]') wrote:

> Thanks. I've now manufactured the mother of all chainwhips from some
> 40mm x 4mm x 1000mm steel bar (cut down to about 20") and some spare
> 1/8" chain. It should shift *anything*.


So this is the Undeniable Chain Whip, is it?

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Arthur Clune

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Zog The Undeniable <[email protected]> wrote:
: Anyone know who sells one in the UK? My 3/32" one doesn't work - it
: just slips on the sprocket.

I use a car something or other tool, which is basically a wide chain
chain tool.

It was about £3 from my local DIY shop.

Arthur

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Dave Larrington

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Arthur Clune wrote:

> I use a car something or other tool, which is basically a wide chain
> chain tool.
>
> It was about £3 from my local DIY shop.


Methinks these are oil filter removers.

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