|Color||Blue / Black|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Manufacturer||Pro-Motion Distributing - Direct|
|Item Model Number||373-901|
|Product Dimensions||16.51 x 5.33 x 1.02 cm; 158.76 Grams|
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Park Tool MLP- 1.2 Chain Plier
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- An updated version of the original and best selling Park Master Link pliers
- Many non-Shimano derailleur chains use a master link that allows the chain to be installed and removed by hand
- While this type of master link doesn't require a traditional chain tool, over time, dirt and corrosion can make it very difficult to separate by hand
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Many derailleur bicycle chains use a “master link” that allows the chain to be installed and removed by hand. While this type of master link doesn't require a traditional chain tool, over time, dirt and corrosion can make it difficult to separate by hand. MLP-1.2 Master Link Pliers make removal and replacement of these master links quick and effortless. Simply insert the specially sized jaws into the master link and squeeze the handles.
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Their videos for bike maintenance are so slick, professional and helpful I was happy to support them by purchasing their branded product as a "thank you" but when it arrived I was, however, a bit disappointed by the quality of the tool itself which really doesn't look especially well made.
Probably the only advantage with the park tool ones is that if for whatever reason you wanted to sell it in the future it would be easy and you would get most of your money back in second-hand value.
(Some link types you squeeze the sides between your fingers then push the rivets together - these are possible to get off by hand. The other types - I've never done it without this tool.