What we have here is a misunderstanding of terms. Salt tracks are sealed and lubed tracks. Sealed tracks are not sealed and lubed, they are called sealed because the bushing extends past the narrow part of the link that it is pressed in and into the pin boss of the next link therefore not exposing the bare pin. The master link has a short bushing and has a spacer on each end that fits into the recess in the pin boss. You will most likely destroy the link with the short bushing as you must spread the sides to remove it , then you must trim the length of the next bushing in order to get it into the master link. Can be done and will run a while , but will soon wear the points off of the sprocket and then the sprocket will spin in the track.