Lezyne Classic Chain Drive

Lezyne Classic Chain Drive
Lezyne Classic Chain Drive
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Classic Chain Drive by Lezyne
We've had enough days fidgeting with the mini-chain-breakers in our multi-tools to know it's less than ideal --and really, shop use isn't what they were designed for, so we can't blame them. Fortunately Lezyne is there for us, to provide us with an elegant, shop-quality chain breaker-- the Classic Chain Drive. Its wooden handle, paired with a robust steel body makes for a comfortable tool that will keep you from ever thinking about using your multi-tool's chainbreaker in the shop again, and it even comes with a backup hardened steel breaker pin that's stored away in the handle. Its adjustable and innovative design works with any style of chain, so you don't have to feel limited if you swap your drivetrain, or have multiple bikes with different gear ranges.

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SKU: LED006R
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