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    Geez, I thought with the amount of old people on the forum this would be easy, unless it's past your bed time.
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    I think it is for resizing bicycle chains, this one looks exceptionally grunty, maybe it is for motorcycle chains.

    They are called "chain breaks".

    On looking at Google images I think not:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=bicy...ed=0CAgQ_AUoAw
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    Cheers Z
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    Looks a bit like a chain breaker tool but the shaped bit at the bottom isn't right for one of those. I would say though it is for pushing out some kind of pin just don't know what from.

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    It's about 500mm long if that helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by gary67 View Post
    Looks a bit like a chain breaker tool but the shaped bit at the bottom isn't right for one of those. I would say though it is for pushing out some kind of pin just don't know what from.
    I did first think a bearing puller to start with
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    Could be a chain joiner as in peening the rivet over, chainsaw maybe?
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    Its a calibrated bit of cold steel of the very type the fuzzy-wuzzies do not like up 'em. Not one bit.
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    Does it come with a goose's bridle?

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