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Old 02-11-2018, 09:56 AM   #11
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I went with the Motion Pro PBR. Only used it once and it was my first motorcycle chain replacement (prior chain experience was all bicycle). Had to keep referring to the directions to figure out which way to put the die at each step, but it seems to have worked well for me as the old chain came off fine and the new one went on fine and is staying on...
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Old 02-11-2018, 07:07 PM   #12
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Nissan Titan

Not that there is anything wrong with less expensive tools, but I really don't want to be in the middle of a job and have a tool break (unless you have 2) and not be able to finish the job, especially when it's your primary means of transportation.
BUT, on the flip side there is a Suzuki/multi brand dealership less than a mile from my house lol
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No imports...American made trucks are always better.
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No imports...American made trucks are always better.

Titan is american made and built in Canton, MS
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Titan is american made and built in Canton, MS
lol thats why i stick to mitsubishi when i want true imports
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I was just poking you. There are no American cars or trucks anymore, parts are made all over the world. They are all global these days.
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I was just poking you. There are no American cars or trucks anymore, parts are made all over the world. They are all global these days.
im about to get a little 95 mazda truck from my little brother for 700$ something to drive in the rain and cold. hope it holds up lol
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Same as ford ranger.
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I was just poking you. There are no American cars or trucks anymore, parts are made all over the world. They are all global these days.
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lol thats why i stick to mitsubishi when i want true imports

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