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Shimano11-Speed Chain Pins

Sale 27% OffCurrent price:$7.99 Original price:$11.00

Item # SHI009L

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  • 11-Speed, Bag of 3 ($7.99)
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Item # SHI009L
Description

Why We Like The 11-Speed Chain Pins

Some might say that 11-Speed Chain Pins are a thing of the past, but not us, no, we know that these pins are ever-useful in a pinch. Compatible with any 11-speed chain out there but best with a matching Shimano chain, we use these if we’ve accidentally cut a chain too short and don’t have any quick links. And if we want a seamless chain lacking quick-links entirely, we know these chain pins will work just as well.

  • Spare chain-pins for your 11-speed Shimano chain
  • Use with Shimano Chain Tool TL-CN28
  • 3-pack of pins will last thousands of miles

Tech Specs
Materialsteel
Connectionpin
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

11-Speed, Bag of 3
1g
0.04oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating: 5

Holds Your Chain Together

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Grab a few bags of these and follow Shimano's instructions. Sure they're fussier than quick links, but they're also cheaper. Shimano's been using the design for years so they're perfected.

>Rating: 5

needed

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

if you need a pin you need one. simple. works just fine, completely oem.

>Rating: 4

still prefer a master link

I still prefer a master link but this system is nice too, I always carry a few spares in my trail pack

>Rating: 4

They are what they are.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Just fine. Work as they should. Pricey at $3 per pin. Wonder what a chain would cost if they priced it by the pin at $3 each in the chain...

>Rating: 4

They are what they are.

These are just fine. Exactly what I needed. Work as they should. Pricey considering these cost 1/3 the cost of the actual chain. Wonder what a chain would cost if it were priced at $3.00 per pin?

>Rating: 5

Never hurts to have a spare!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

You never know what can happen on the road or trail so it's always nice to have spare chain pins around.

>Rating: 5

Mechanics friend

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Always a must have when using Shimano chains. I always like to have a 3-pack on hand for builds and working on other peoples bikes.

>Rating: 5

A Must Have!

These things are a time saver. It's worth the extra few bucks to have these on hand rather than trying to re-use an old pin while on the side of a trail. Plus, re-using pins cause a weak point in the chain the is likely to break later. I know, it's happened to me. Twice.

>Rating: 5

Backup

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great to have a few of these in case of an emergency.

>Rating: 5

good to keep in the tool/riding pack

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

If you run a 1x11 shimano chain you should get a pack of these and a spare link or 2 in the tool box or riding pack, the worst thing is to get stuck in the backcountry without a chain.