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I just went through the same thing. In the end, after stripping the bolt with a standard p-handle hex wrench and a pipe for leverage (with another pipe over the opposing crank for counterforce), I was able to get the bolt off with a spiral bolt extractor and an Irwin Hanson adjustable tap socket. I used a 24' breaker bar on the socket side and a 36" ...


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The NX chain is of slightly higher quality, so it will last longer and shift better. That's not relevant here though. Yes, you need to shorten a new chain in most cases. The riveted pins increase the chain's strength, but do require a decent chain tool to punch out. Hold the new chain up beside the old chain, matching link to link, and break it at the same ...


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