SRAM PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain

SRAM PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain
SRAM PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain
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PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain by SRAM
The PowerLock Link is the missing link between SRAM's evolved 12-Speed Chains and, well, themselves. With the PowerLock Link, you can shorten your Eagle chain without using a tool and risking the (inevitable, it often seems) mishap: a link, an ill-fitting pin, a brand-new chain mangled beyond repair.

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SKU: SRM00BK
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