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Campagnolo
11 Speed Chain Coupling Pin

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Pin for connecting or re-connecting a Campagnolo 11-Speed chain.

Note: Campagnolo states that their 11-speed chains may only be opened and re-connected twice in the life of the chain. Also, the break and re-connection must be at a link other than the initial connection link which is stamped with the production batch.

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Weight: 1 grams

 

Weight: 1 grams

 

Group Compatibility: Campagnolo 11 speed 

 

Chain Application: 11-Speed 

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there's no substitute for having the right tools
by Olympia rider
Competitive Racer
New Yawk
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

What else can you use...?

Reviewed 9/5/2013
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A must have to remove and install Campy chains
by Franko
Cycling Enthusiast
Westport MA.

To install this chain pin the correct chain tool is required. Easy to install .

Reviewed 7/4/2013
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Solid connection. I peen this little ditty with a park peening tool!
by joeysmoke
Cycling Enthusiast
long Island NY

Push pin in with a park 10 speed chain tool. I found the 11 speed chain tool pin that park makes to be flimsy as the chain tool pin easily breaks. Peen with park peening tool. Very solid connection, will never work it's way loose.

Reviewed 10/22/2012
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Quality product, not expensive, easy to install with the correct tool
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Philadelphia, PA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The only real problem is that it is best installed with a Campy 11sp chain tool, which isn't cheap. I still use my Campy 10sp chain tool for my 11sp chain and it's just fine. I'm not going to rush out and buy an 11sp chain tool.

Reviewed 7/20/2012
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