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I have one that I used. Was a bit hard to be sure the pin was peened. I just cranked down very hard and assume it was done. Really could only see a bit if inside diameter chamfer from peening and not a smooshed head. I never had the campy tool so I cannot speak to the difference if it is used. I at least haven't broken a chain in a couple thousand miles.
 

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ericjacobsen3 said:
I have one that I used. Was a bit hard to be sure the pin was peened. I just cranked down very hard and assume it was done. Really could only see a bit if inside diameter chamfer from peening and not a smooshed head. I never had the campy tool so I cannot speak to the difference if it is used. I at least haven't broken a chain in a couple thousand miles.
Thanks - so if I interpret correctly, you have a couple thousand miles on the chain after peening the pin with the Park tool. That seems to be a pretty good endorsement.
 
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