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TLP37 Park MLP-1 Master Link Pliers
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Park MLP-1 Master Link Pliers

Many derailer chains, especially our favorite SRAM brand, use a "master link" (SRAM calls it a "Power Link") that allows the chain to be installed and removed by hand.

While this type of masterlink doesn't require a traditional chain tool, over time, dirt and corrosion can make it difficult to separate by hand. MLP-1 Master Link Pliers make removal and replacement of these masterlinks quick and effortless.

Simply insert the specially sized jaws into the masterlink and squeeze the handles.

Park MLP-1 MasterLink Pliers

TLP15 Park CT-3 Shop Tool
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The ultimate. Because of the tremendous force needed to remove chain pins, CT-3 is now made from investment cast tool steel. Along with superior strength and durability, the CT-3 features a handy "loosening shelf" to remedy stiff links after reassembly. The fine thread and comfortable size enable easy removal of even the toughest chain pins. Like all Park Tool Chain Tools, it's easy to use and built to last.

Works great on 7-, 8-, 9- and 10-speed chains.

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CT-3 chain tool

Park CT-5 "Mini-Brute" Tool
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This small chain tool goes anywhere and actually performs like a shop quality tool. The fine thread, special 3V2-shaped handle, and super strong replaceable pin make chain removal and installation a breeze. The CT-5 works on any derailer chain (including Hyperglide®) and has a "shelf" for loosening tight links. At only 77 grams, it1s the perfect take-along chain tool.

Works great on 9 speed chains as well.

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CT-5 chain tool

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