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SRAM
11-Speed Powerlock Link

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No tools, no problems.

SRAM's PowerLock 11-Speed connecting link connects all SRAM 11-speed chains with ease. Always a good idea to take one of these with you on your adventures. Also compatible with Shimano 11-speed chains.

 

Chain Application: 11-Speed 

 

Mfg PartNum: 00.2518.003.000 

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really nice product
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by Teledug
Cycling Enthusiast
Minnesota

This link is very consistent, easy to install wo tools and can be removed with just a pliers

Reviewed 1/12/2017
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11-Speed Powerlock
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by Mountain Man
Competitive Racer
West Yellowstone, MT

Excellent, used it on my 11-speed XTR chain.

Reviewed 9/21/2017
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These work great.
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by MW
Cycling Enthusiast
Dallas

Works well with Chorus chains. Easy to use.

Reviewed 4/23/2017
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The only way to go if you remove your chain regularly for travel or cleaning.
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by usa1169
Cycling Enthusiast
Hood River, OR

My wife and I do a lot of travel to tour with a Ritchie Breakaway and a S&S coupled Ti bike.... that requires pulling the chain every time we pack the bikes. I use a Park tool (not sure what number) to open the Power lock (you can do it by hand but if new it is difficult) and re-use the links. We do maybe 500-1,000 miles every trip, so we probably re-use the links about five or six times before I replace the chain. Never had an issue with re-use. I save the old links and put one or two in my minimal road repair kit.. years ago a dropped chain got sucked and kinked, it was an easy fix to remove the kinked link and replace it with a spare Power Lock. The chain was shorter but it got us home. Can't imagine what I would do without these things.

Reviewed 6/11/2018
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A small an inexpensive piece of mind!
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by gravel rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Oregon
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

SRAM chains rule - I run one on my Shimano 11spd road system and the ability to field repair with a speed-link is key. It's a must have part for any repair kit.

Reviewed 7/13/2017
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Easy to install!
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I much prefer the SRAM chains to the Shimano precisely because of the powerlink. I don't track how many miles I get from chains, but I'm happy with what SRAM gives me.

Reviewed 6/12/2017
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Outstanding product that is simple, yet effective.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Colorado

The Powerlock link is outstanding. I bought several of these to make traveling with my bike easier. Now, I simply take the chain off when I disassemble my bike, clean it, and place it in a plastic baggie before packing my bike in my bike bag. The Powerlock links make reassembling the bike, and chain, extremely easy. I keep a Powerlock link in my Continental seat bag as well as in a Stickypod bike bag that I place in a jersey pocket. The Powerlock link makes fixing a broken chain simple (not that broken chains occur very often, but having a link that can fix the problem in a few seconds is well worth the few dollars that it costs).

Reviewed 1/20/2017
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Convient easy way to join your chain
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by Jammn
Cycling Enthusiast
Kingston JM

Been using SRAM Powerlock Links for several years, but with 10 speed chains. Finally switched to 11-speed and bought two with my build kit. The first one I put on was very very tight and caused a problem with the chain passing through the rear derailleur. Replaced it with the second one and worked like a charm

I've never had the problem with them being tight on 10 speed chains and I suspect that I just unfortunately got a bad one.

Highly Recommended!

Reviewed 1/17/2017
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Great for your seat bag
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by BikerHK
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle

I always keep one or two for emergency repairs.

Reviewed 1/6/2017
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A must-have accessory.
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by FuelFool
Competitive Racer
Blue Ridge Mountains

A must-have for any cyclist. I keep one in every pack and seat bag.

Reviewed 6/5/2017
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