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    Back in the 80s I had a small pocket size chainbreaker, to be used w/ wrench or socket.
    Anything like that avail. Today?
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    Quote Originally Posted by werwolf View Post
    Back in the 80s I had a small pocket size chainbreaker, to be used w/ wrench or socket.
    Anything like that avail. Today?
    Have not seen one in decades.
    If you find one, please share the source.
    Wish I still had mine.
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    This is a chain breaker I usually carry with me on the trail. I've had it for years now with no issues and have used it a lot but always in the shop and never on the trail. I've read or heard of bad reviews of it but it's worked for me. While technically "pocket-sized", it is rather heavy to just carry in a pocket. I have it in a bag I carry on the rear carrier. The handle is removable. I paid 9.95 for mine some years back. Probably a ton of similar lighter "pocket chain breakers" out there so Google may be your friend.

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    see little tommys reply

    the one I ordered is from JCR 29+ w/ S&H
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    Thank you littleT

    just like the one I used to have - smallest of all
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    This looks substantial, = shop worthy

    thanks
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    Certainly a nice tool.
    Interesting the different tools we wish to carry on our bikes.
    Different strokes for different folks so no criticism here. After all some of you may correctly wish a spare chain for your Tierra del Fuego, Himalayan or other remote long distance adventures.
    Personally I do not regularly travel with a spare chain that is too long thus requiring a chain breaker. If I were to carry a chain it would already be sized correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Certainly a nice tool.
    Interesting the different tools we wish to carry on our bikes.
    Different strokes for different folks so no criticism here. After all some of you may correctly wish a spare chain for your Tierra del Fuego, Himalayan or other remote long distance adventures.
    Personally I do not regularly travel with a spare chain that is too long thus requiring a chain breaker. If I were to carry a chain it would already be sized correctly.
    I just carry a repair link & pocket breaker + MINIMUM tools, & first aid.

    At my age a few hr ride can take all day.

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    What ever chain breaker you have put a small amount of grease on the threads. It will prevent binding and help keep the threads from stripping.
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