Juggling a chain pin and a chain tool while keeping the two separate ends of the chain together often results in the pin falling under the work bench, couch, or desk. At this point, the pin has effectively melted into the ether, and the final step of your overhaul has come to naught. We've all been there, and our advice is to take a deep breath, count to 11, and calmly retrieve a replacement from this here pack of Shimano 11-Speed Chain Pins.
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Shimano 11-Speed Chain Pins
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