Lezyne Chain Drive 8-11 Speed Chain Breaker Tool

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Description

The Lezyne Chain Drive is a shop quality chain breaker designed for use with 8/9/10/11 speed chains. The steel body is CNC-machined for precision and contoured for improved ergonomics. The replaceable breaker pin is made of hardened steel and a spare pin is included. Two Mavic splined and two square spoke wrenches are integrated into the body.

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I had to file down

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I had to file down the tips of the cradle for the the chain to sit down properly. I used it on an SRAM PC1071 to remove a link and it felt as though the tool was about to break just before the pin popped out.

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I had to file down

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I had to file down the tips of the cradle for the the chain to sit down properly. I used it on an SRAM PC1071 to remove a link and it felt as though the tool was about to break just before the pin popped out.

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Lezyne Chain Drive 8-11 Speed Chain Breaker Tool4712805972364

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