For the Love of Poi
Location: Tx

Total posts: 1
Posted:Can anyone tell me the best way to remove links in my chain? He ordered them too long and is now needing to find out the best way to remove a couple links without comprimising the integrity of the chain. Would this require bolt cutters and a welder? Any details/instructions/opinions needed.

-- Ms. C =]

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GOLD Member since Oct 2009


All High Dude, Ruler of What You Want
Location: Trenton, MI, USA

Total posts: 2280
Posted:You could replace the welded ring with one of these
I use them and love them. I've never seen a pair on anybody's that even stretched a little so don't worry about it breaking or bending open. I'm assuming you ordered the pro series chain where it's all welded together. If you don;t want to do that you could contact Home of Poi and do a trade in if it's still in new condition.

The only luck is bad luck.

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Night Crawler
BRONZE Member since Sep 2010

Night Crawler

Location: Staffordshire. UK

Total posts: 46
Posted:If you want to remove individual chain links, or a few links, the best way would be with one of those mini multi tool grinder thingies with a cutting disc. Just cut into both sides of the link and hey presto. Just be sure to hold the link in a clamp or with a pair of pliers, because it will get hot.
Good quality bolt cutters would work as well, but dont go out and buy one if you will only use it once. One of those multi tools are very handy to have.

'You can only be free when you have nothing to loose'




i dream in circles...
Location: Scotland

Total posts: 336
Posted:even a simple 2 hacksaw does the trick, just takes a little longer than bolt cutters

even chuck norris can't pin you down if your on fire


SILVER Member since Jul 2010

Location: North NJ, USA

Total posts: 7
Posted:I just unscrewed the triangle piece near the finger loops clipped the chain then rescrewed the triangle piece back on.

This is assuming you have the same poi I got from HoP