Author Topic: Granberg POK-ETTE Chain Breaker  (Read 242 times)

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Offline Elden

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Re: Granberg POK-ETTE Chain Breaker
« on: November 04, 2021, 10:30:58 pm »
Interesting.
After recently breaking and spinning 2 one hundred feet rolls, I found an angle grinder very difficult to beat for breaking in the shop. If ground properly, a breaker was not necessary. The chain frequently would fall apart on its own when ground sufficiently. I grind with the chain in a vertical position. My left hand/arm don't function well, so line-up on the breaker is difficult. Also the pressure required to break the pins loose is more than this old man can accomplish.
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