I thought you would love it
Yep.. for sure a Harley.. late model from the primary case.. those are some chains.. back in "the day" we would use triple row primary chains for belts.. thier ok, but way heavy..
That is a buell motor. you can tell by the 3 screw clutch cover. maybe an xb9 or xb12 motor.
It looks like it would wear your ass out the
1st 100 miles
your ass would look like hamburger meat.
the motor will be just to the rear of the driver and those pipes
will be against his leg
I don't think anyone would ride it.
other than Jesse James, West Coast Chopper. He'll ride or drive anything.
every link is a master link too.
Good eye, I missed that.
I vaguely remember those as being very weak links not to be relied on.
See!! nothing stays on topic! Nothing I tell ya!
My experience has been , half links are not weaker to the point of breaking first but they will stretch under heavy load due to the inherent design, thus requiring a couple of slack adjustments after installation.
cuff links,what did you have a half-link on?
It's a way to repair a chain in the field. I used to go hill climbing in the woods. If a chain broke you had to do a field repair. They have a couple of bends in them to fit into the links properly.
Winch drives, drilling motors drives, turntable drives, (earth drills for foundations)
Blow out preventers, like the one that failed on BP in the Gulf of Mexico.( I did some time in the oil patch)
A lot of them are about the size of the ones on the bike.
like dave says "trailer queen".
if they stretched,then you had them on backwards,the open end had to be on the end not under torque,okay they stretched anyway,your right,but they really don't use them that much anymore,well how about industrial applications?and they can still be used in instances where their inherent weakness is not really a factor,as in minimal load drivetrain.I see your point,regardless,i have no use for them now.Whew!
as a zip pull on my leather jacket,always have.