Park Tool CT-5 Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool
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- Compatible with 1/8” single-speed and 5 to 12-speed derailleur chains*
- Shelf for loosening tight links
- Replaceable pin (part # CTP)
- Perfect take-along chain tool at only 77 grams
- Dimensions: 60mm x 55mm x 15mm
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This small chain tool goes anywhere and actually performs like a shop quality tool. The fine thread, special V-shaped handle, and super strong replaceable pin make chain removal and installation a breeze
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I admit I have a Crankbrothers multitool that has a built-in chain tool. However, after having to use the built-in chain tool once, I bought the Park CT-5 chain tool and glad I did. First the Park tool is easier to use and not push pins out unless you intend to (it has a guide). You can also loosen the reconnected link if it’s to tight from reassembly without having to use your hands to push and pull the chain; it just keeps you hands from getting greasy from chain lube.. dirt and mud okay, chain grease while riding not okay, especially when it gets in gloves and stains expensive riding gear...
Bottom line: It's cheap and does the job without unnecessary bells and whistles.
Push them out enough to separate the links, but leave about 1 mm of the pin still in the link so that you can easily push it back in using the tool.
If you do that, then life is much easier and this tool works flawlessly.
in pic) that must be a recent upgrade. Very nice little addition.
I had to use a 6" piece of 1/4" (brass) tubing as a mini breaker bar to obtain the needed leverage and keep it from biting into my hand, but the handle is made of quality steel that didn't mind one little bit.
It has an EXCELLENT self-centering anvil, and the pin is made better than most.
Don't buy a cheaper tool. The little extra in price for this one goes a very long way in terms of quality.