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The Missing Link from KMC is a reusable chain link connector that can be used on new chains or tucked away in a seat bag in the case of an emergency.

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6,7 and 8 Speed

Chain Application: 6/7/8-Speed 

9 Speed

Chain Application: 9-Speed 

10 Speed

Chain Application: 10-Speed 

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Sure makes servicing a chain simple.
by colnitz
Cycling Enthusiast
St Petersburg FL
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

My go to spare link. Keep one in the bike bag too.

Reviewed 9/19/2018
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An easy-to-use tool kit necessity
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

A broken chain link on the trail is rare, but it happens from time to time. One of these in your kit is a perfect companion to your multi-tool - - you can fix your chain without having to compromise its length. And it's a LOT easier than trying to drive a rivet back into a link!

Reviewed 5/24/2018
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Makes maintenance easier
by OR_Biker
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

Try to do my own maintenance, which can be a pain at times, but this thing makes it a lot easier when dealing with chains. Still need a chain breaker to get the right length, but then installingremoving is a breeze.

When I was initially building up my new bike, I mainly just transferred a lot of the components from my old frame to the new one, and was figuring I could use the KMC chain it had as well. I ended up getting some used components from my cousin - which were still an upgrade for me - including a barely-used Ultegra chain. Though I'm sure neither brand recommends it, I decided to use the Missing Link on the Ultegra chain, and it works great! Have put nearly 1,000 miles on it and no issues.

As a bonus, the openings on the MIssing Link make it a nice visual reference for lubing your chain, to know that you've hit every link!

Reviewed 12/7/2018
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Great part for my uses.
by Steven
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This link is necessary for removing my chain for cleaning & lubricating. I just unhook the ling & wash my chain in the parts washer. Hanging the chain on a hook allows me to spray lube on it. Slip it back on the gears & hook the link back together.

Reviewed 6/28/2019
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Missing Link is the best
by MW
Cycling Enthusiast
Miami FL

I recently started waxing my chain so the Missing Link is a must have. My only concern was its ability to stay together. After multiple re-uses the link has been rock solid and I haven't had any problems.

Reviewed 8/2/2018
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Makes chain maintenance a breeze
by IslandRider
Competitive Racer
Maui Hawaii

Inexpensive and reusable, I install these on all my chains so that I can break them and reattach them for cleaning and other drive train maintenance. Years ago, I also purchased the Park tool that makes removing the link a one-second process, although you could also make a small needle nose plier work as a removal tool. No tools needed to reattach. Simple and practical, these make removing and re-installation of drive chains an easy-peasy process. If you care about having a ridiculously clean drivetrain, you need these on all your chains.

Reviewed 6/14/2018
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Easy to fix chain,
by jftjim
Cycling Enthusiast
AZ desert
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

need a breaker before installing. Don't leave home without a breaker and this link. NO TOOLS fast get back on the trail fix.

Reviewed 11/30/2017
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