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Is it zip tied to a roller or between two rollers? I am lucky to have never had a need to do this yet.
Lay the socket in the middle of the hourglass part of the chain link. We use a deep socket of a size that will fit between the teeth in the gear. (Think it was a 3/8 drive socket about 1/2 inch size) Run the zip tie around the socket and both rollers on the link to hold it in place. What you are trying to do is get it to grab the socket before it grabs the link in the chain. In doing so, you are forcing the chain to jump 1 link ahead.
 
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