If you're running a Campagnolo 11-Speed chain, you'll likely never remove it from your bike, that is, unless you're a fastidious bike cleaner or it's at the end point of its service life. Either way, 11-Speed Campagnolo chain removal is rote and any old chain tool can be used to perform this mundane task. On the other hand, installation of the 11-Speed chain is where you must take care to follow Campagnolo's specific instructions to ensure proper function and durability. This 11-Speed Ultra Link Chain Pin is required as is a chain tool to press the rivet and a peening tool to deform the leading end of the rivet once the pilot has been snapped off. Campagnolo's UT-CN300 Chain Tool will do both jobs without even breaking a sweat on its pro-quality finish. But if you already have a quality chain tool such as Park's CT-4, all you'll need is Park's CT-11 peening tool to perform this crucial, last step. Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Link Chain Pins are sold individually and are only compatible with Campagnolo 11-Speed chains.
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