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Wolf Tooth Master Link Combo Pliers

5 Reviews
SKU: WTMLCPL
RRP: $57.00
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Sooo good

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Really helpful

Compact and strong

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I'm lucky I haven't had to use them but they are so compact and strong and the fact you can store two spare chain links is GOLD

Seriously cool little tool that I wished I had earlier

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Ever had a chain get stuck between your chainring and frame? It totally sucks! I had this happen to me once on a big cycling tour and it ruined a climb for me and took me a decent walk and a service station with pliers to get me back up and running again. I actually feel this tool has a genuine use on the road/hills and have happily added to my saddle bag to get me out of SHTF scenarios.

Really unique and extremely well designed

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The product is an artwork, so much thought has been put into it and it's a real pleasure to handle, love the fact I can store some quick links in the tool itself, it has a great feel and does it's job well.
Hard to find tools like this these days, very pleased. Can't stop swipping it open and closed just for fun.

All the show , no go

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Purchased these as I needed a tool to put my chain together having converted mine to a quick release link.
The look great, are compact to carry on the trail and hold spare links but there is one issue. THEY DONT HAVE THE LEVRAGE TO WORK. The handles are really short and the head is to close to the pivot point. I had to add spanners to the ends to get it to work. It's meant to be for the trail which makes it worse. I'm a mechanic by trade and work with tools all day and this is not the tool for the job. Would be easier to use the zip tie trick on the trail if needed.
If you need a tool get one with longer handles and save the money.

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