Park Tool Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool - CT-5
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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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Wee but effective, Park Tool's CT-5 Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool is perfect to throw in your pack for trailside repairs. The steel construction is burly enough to pop the pins out of any chain, and the large lever makes the Chain Brute easy to operate without taking your gloves off.
Color: One Color | Size: One Size
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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...
The pin lined up on the chain perfectly and with just a little bit of elbow grease, it pushed the chain pin out and broke the chain. It worked great and feels much sturdier than the cheap junk I tried to use previously. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
Bottom line: this is a great tool.
Light, strong, functional design, replaceable center punch/pin, very easy to use.
Well, nothing really.
I did have the center punch/pin unscrew off the tool, leaving it in a link one time, but I believe this happened for two reasons. One, inherent in the design of the replaceable punch/pin, it has to be able to screw off to replace. I think it came a little loose so, when I tried to back off the tool one time it simply unscrewed the replaceable pin from the tool. I really do not think this was the tool's fault and the knurled body of the punch/pin was enough to let me get it out of the link, back on the tool and me back on the trail in just a few seconds extra time. When I got home I simply tightened the punch/pin onto the tool with some small nose pliers.
I am still keeping my review to a 5 star, as I view this as my failure to properly tighten the punch/pin before using it.
I would recommend this stand alone chain tool as a carry along on the trail or road over any I have used that are part of a multi-tool.
A quality tool that should give you years of service.
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.
Edit 03/05/2016 - I've been using this with my bike for several months now and wanted to make a quick update. I still love this tool, it's incredibly sturdy for its size, which makes it perfect for carry in your backpack for emergency repairs. I do think I'm going to be looking for something a bit larger for when I'm working on the bike in my shed. But I can almost guarantee you I'll be getting a tool from Park when I do.
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