KMC 10 Speed Missing Link Powerlink

3 Reviews
$14.95
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This easy-to-use spare 10-speed link is a must have item to keep in your repair kit.  Installs just like the SRAM Powerlink.

Compatible with KMC, Shimano and Sram 10-speed chains.

  • Pin length: 5,88 mm
  • Re-Usable
  • Fits: Any 10 Speed Chain including Shimano, Sram and KMC.
  • Package contains 1 complete link which consists of 2 pieces.

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Reviews

4.7

This power link doesn't snap

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This power link doesn't snap in place as the sram power link does though I have not had an issue at all with it.

Does what it said it

by -

Does what it said it would do - join chain - very easy to snap together and unsnap

Small and very handy to

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Small and very handy to have. Would not go out without this little piece of kit!

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This power link doesn't snap

by -

This power link doesn't snap in place as the sram power link does though I have not had an issue at all with it.

Does what it said it

by -

Does what it said it would do - join chain - very easy to snap together and unsnap

Small and very handy to

by -

Small and very handy to have. Would not go out without this little piece of kit!

Specifications

ItemBarcode
KMC 10 Speed Missing Link PowerlinkKMC10SPDML
Silver - 10 Speed - Pair4715575896793
Ti - Nitride Gold - 10 Speed - Pair4715575896786

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