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Shimano
Quick Link for 11speed Shimano Chains

Mfg PartNum:ISMCN90011A
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Link up, roll out.

Whether you snapped your chain with the massive watts you're generating, or the trail exacted its revenge against your shred sled, the Shimano Quick Link will come to your rescue. Making trailside maintenance as hassle-free as possible, this connecting link is compatible with all Shimano 11-speed systems as requires no tools to install.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

 

Chain Application: 11-Speed 

2 Pack Quick Link - 11speed only

Chain Application: 11-Speed 

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Great!
by Robi
Puerto Rico
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Recomended 100%

Reviewed 2/19/2021
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New link in new chain is rigid
by Jason Arnone
Daily Commuter
Providence, RI
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I installed the Shimano quick link in a new 11 speed Shimano chain. But with the new link installed, it's pivoting properly like a chain link should. So when the chain bends around a sprocket, the quick link is stiff and has a very hard time traveling through the gears. I uninstalled and reinstalled, I lubed it up well, I left it lubed overnight, it just won't pivot as it should. And these things are not cheap! Maybe I have a defective unit but I've rarely run into this sort of problem with Shimano. Of course I think I did something wrong, but it's a pretty simple installation! Chain is facing in the right direction and the quick link is also facing the right direction. I'm stumped. (

Reviewed 4/15/2019
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Does not snap together.
by gfparsons
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver, WA
1 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Never again is the 1 star rating and indeed, my sentiments. I spent an hour with this link and even tried it off the chain to see if it would couple. A hammer succeeded, but of course, it won't come apart and the pins are likely bent. Thankfully off the chain. I will try the Sram master link next.

Reviewed 3/3/2020
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Easy upgrade for any chain
by GdogPDX
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

All chains should have a quick link. I suffer from obsessive chain cleaning disorder OCCD. This helps with my need to clean my chain every few weeks.

Reviewed 9/9/2019
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Shimano parts always work as described and never disappoint.
by OHRider
Cycling Enthusiast
Cleveland, OH

Although my first experience with a quick-link connector I was suitably impressed. Using the Park Tool MLP-1.2 Master Link Pliers, installation was easy and has proven reliable,

Reviewed 8/16/2019
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Functions well but can make noise.
by Brandon
Portland,OR

Got an ultegra chain and one of these little guys to connect it. Very easy process and all is well however the quick link likes to disengage on one of the pulleys creating an annoying clicking sound. Hopefully it goes away after the new cassettes teeth wear down a bit.

Reviewed 7/29/2019
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It works. That's all it has to do.
by LoRider
Cycling Enthusiast
Boulder, CO

Hard to rate this item. It works! It's easy! It's a quick link. Buy a few and carry them with you. When you need them, you'll be glad you have them. If you never need one, that's okay, too. It's light. So...buy it! It works. End of story.

Reviewed 5/2/2019
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Works great
by Old Rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Auburn Ca
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I always used KMC 10 speed chains in the past. I decided to stick with Shimano 11 speed chains with my newer bike. I had a real hard time installing the Quick Link first time around. I always lined up the KMC Missing links and ran in though the big ring and it would snap into place. No such luck with the Shimano Quick Link. I must have tried about a dozen times. It would drop off onto my garage floor. Finally I put it in the small chain ring, small (11 tooth) cog in back and it went into place after I placed pressure on the pedals (I acually rode a few feet) and I heard it click into place. I never had any luck installing a connecting link with tool. Near impossible to get one off without one. Note -these are only good for one application. If you remove your chain, you need to install a new Quick Link (per Shimano). However-no need to remove your chain for cleaning.

Reviewed 1/21/2019
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Work as advertised
by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
portland, oregon

They work great and are quick, as advertised. What else is there to say.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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Works Great After Installation
by MarathonMan
Cycling Enthusiast
SE States
11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

I have used SRAM, KMC, and Wippermann Connex connector links in the past with no real installation issues. Nevertheless I recently purchased a Park Tool MLP-1.2 Master Link Pliers which made installation and removal of KMC links an order of magnitude easier. The recent purchase of a Dura-Ace 11-speed chain came with this new Shimano Quick Link instead of the usual pin. I dutifully tried to use the pliers (which work in both directions for installation and removal) to seat the link after partially engaging it. The link would not seat no matter how much pressure I applied to snap it into place. A call to my LBS suggested standing on the pedals and applying pressure. Before trying that, I took needle nose pliers and gently squeezed the outside of the plates to push them inward before trying the MLP-1.2 again. THAT WORKED! The link snapped into place and has worked flawlessly while riding. Ease of removal is TBD.

Reviewed 2/24/2018
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