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2 x quicklinks in chain?


martinsnyman

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Hi Guys, so after buying two multitools with k@k chainbreakers I ended up with two quicklinks in my chain due to a damaged link. Will this be an issue? Oh and I have found a decent chain breaker now! Not a multi tool, just a breaker.

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Hi Guys, so after buying two multitools with k@k chainbreakers I ended up with two quicklinks in my chain due to a damaged link. Will this be an issue? Oh and I have found a decent chain breaker now! Not a multi tool, just a breaker.

 

I find my chain breaker on my multi tool to work much better than one of my friends "just a chain breaker".

One also has to use the right 'setting/area' in the chain braker (9sp vs 10sp) for it to work nicely

 

*I guess you'll see which is the weakest link now ^_^

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I find my chain breaker on my multi tool to work much better than one of my friends "just a chain breaker".

One also has to use the right 'setting/area' in the chain braker (9sp vs 10sp) for it to work nicely

 

*I guess you'll see which is the weakest link now ^_^

Problem seems to be that the pin that pushes the pin out the chain is slightly too thick, sad as the manufacturer claims that it is a 9 and 10 speed breaker? We have tried it on both 9 and 10 speed chains - no luck Edited by martinsnyman
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