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If you are going to be messing with 1/8" chains get a chain tool and forget those master links. Add chain tool or chain breaker to your repertoire and power up your google fu.
You could try using a simple chain breaking/Rivet tool to break the chain at one point (while still keeping the pin in the link) and then put the chain on and use the tool again to push the pin in and join the chain like that. That's the way I always do it. Here's a couple of tools that you could try: TRIXES Rivet Tool (Very Low Cost): ...
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