SRAM PowerLock Connecting Link - 10 Speed
The SRAM PowerLock Connecting Link - 10 Speed is the missing link you need for your chain. Key specifications include: four pieces, or two pairs, per pack. Pick up this chain from ProBikeKit for the best prices and value. - T.H
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This was very hard to remove (from a SRAM chain), and it is visually identical to KMC's Missing Link which is reusable as stated by KMC. That was before I learned to put the chain on the outer chainring and pull a link of slack around the quick link, then hit the inner roller to remove the link. SRAM says theirs should not be reused, and maybe that is so since it fits more tightly than others, but I myself reused it a few times and know others who have done the same. It gets bumped from 2 up to 3 stars because it is better than using Shimano's and Campagnolo's reconnecting pins.
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