SRAM 12s Road PowerLock

SRAM 12s Road PowerLock
SRAM 12s Road PowerLock
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12s Road PowerLock by SRAM
The 12s Road PowerLock chain connector is required for installing the all-new SRAM eTap AXS chains. The chain has a unique link shape thus requiring a new connecting link. It requires no tools to install once the chain is cut to length and a new one is recommended every time the chain is removed. Keep some on hand in the toolbox, saddle bag, and workbench.

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SKU: SRM00GG
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