@us56456712 will know! -He’s had several great posts on here regarding chain care and restoration.
Take your triangle park tool, and grind out the center tab. It will fit your skip links perfectly.
Here is a tank I made last year. I took fast drying drywall mud and pored it into a homemade wood box. I used cooking spray for mold release. I made a drywall mud plug for the internal and squeezed carbon fiber/epoxy in between. Three layers. I used a Columbia winged tank I had to make the molds. I think I posted my process under “how to” using the Tips section.Got the chain to the proper length, thanks @Jude Ephesus @BobbyStillz @us56456712 the modified chain tool worked great.
Also decided I'd rather make my own tank.
I have a bit of a scrap wood surplus, so I started cutting. Still a bit of woodwork to do, but when done I'll use some leftover glass cloth and resin from my camper and boat builds to make a shell.
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I've become pretty good with fiberglass, but I hate it.Congrats on you guys adding 5 more days on to your weekend!
One of the most challenging, and fun in kind of a hard way, was my fiberglass chain guard for Bel Airflow Shelby.
First time I'd ever really worked with it, and the learning curve is steep! I ended up incorporating some fast setting Bondo to smooth out the rough spots and fill in the gaps.