Posted by Duetz fan on June 11, 2012 at 09:20:14 from (184.108.40.206):
Well, I let the tracks get too loose & one came off. My Bad... I've located the master link pin / the ONE with the dimple... The question is, do you drive the pin out from the front/outside of the machine as your looking at the machine from the side or the rear/inside between the tracks or does it not make any difference...? Have 8 pound mallet & 50 pound anvil to put behind the chain to steady the chain for the shock/get effect from the hammer hit. I know i'm likely in for a tussle but it would be handy to know if it mattered wich way to drive the pin?
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