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Need a M111 timing chain crimper

I don't know if this is the right place for this... I need a timing chain crimper tool prefer to rent if willing. Replacing the timing chain in my car and they only come straight.

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I have had to get various sizes of old chain made to restore old farm implements. Many farm implement dealers can crimp almost any type of chain I have seen. Seeing as there is a lot of farming in FL you may want to call some farm implement dealers and repair places. They can probably do it while you wait. It only take a few minutes to do.
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I have had to get various sizes of old chain made to restore old farm implements. Many farm implement dealers can crimp almost any type of chain I have seen. Seeing as there is a lot of farming in FL you may want to call some farm implement dealers and repair places. They can probably do it while you wait. It only take a few minutes to do.
Farming? Yah we got that... I will ask my machine shop guy tomorrow. Need to check on my head anyway. Peachparts forum has a "tool swap" sub-forum but no luck there.

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