- Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B0028WT392
- Item model number: 1501-1000-1220
- Average Customer Review: 47 customer reviews
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Wipperman Connex SS Connector Link for 10-Speed Chain
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- It is used for 10 speed chain
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|Item Dimensions||0.75 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.02 pounds|
|Material Type||Nickel;Stainless steel|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
1G8: nickel plated 12.2mm wide spring-clip style, no tool chain connector for 1/8" pitch 1G8 BMX/Grind chains . #11 (Star): nickel plated 9.2mm wide spring-clip style, no tool chain connector for 1/8" star series 1-speed chains . 1R8 (Racing): nickel plated 9.2mm wide spring-clip style, no tool chain connector for 1/8" 1R8 1-speed chains. IntraX: nickel plated 7.8mm wide snap-on style for 3/32" IntraX chains. 6-8 speed: stainless steel 6.8mm wide no tool chain connector for 3/32" Wipperman chains. 9-speed: stainless steel 6.5mm wide no tool chain connector for 11/128" Wipperman chains . 10-speed: stainless steel 6.1mm wide no tool chain connector for Shimano, and newer Campagnolo compatible 11/128" chains.
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Why do you need to remove your chain? Because to lube the jockey wheels, you need them free of the chain. Plus, if it's really dirty, the chain can be soaked in a mixture of 4 parts mineral spirits with 1 part electric motor oil (the type with NO additives), which I call my 'home brew'. This cleans it and puts lube back into the roller pins.
While it says you should use a new link for every new chain, I don't agree. If I use my chain for 1000 miles, and you use yours for 3000 miles, why wouldn't I be able to put mine onto a new chain for mile 1001-2000, and again from 2001-3000? They don't wear out quickly. I imagine they have a lifespan of about 5000 miles, as I find it increasingly difficult to get it to lock securely by about the fifth chain. But for some people, they won't feel comfortable unless they change it every time, and if you've got the money, go for it.
Wipperman makes the best master links in the world, better than KMC or the ones that come with SRAM chains, which are a joke they're so bad. They're about 5.96mm wide, which makes it nearly impossible to engage them, thus Wipperman is found on my SRAM PC1091 chain. Of course, Shimano says NOT to use Master Links at all, and gives you a special linking pin to join the chain (two come with every new chain). If you follow their instructions and do that, best of luck performing proper servicing on your bike, because you'll have to drive out pins each time and rejoin it with a new pin, which for technical reasons should not be removed. So, every time you break a Shimano chain, and you put in a new pin, pretty soon you'll have no place left to break the chain apart for servicing the drive train.
I could go on and on, but this is not meant to be a bike repair book. Have faith that this is the master link you want, and be happy Wipperman came up with this awesome product. You won't be disappointed, and if you follow the instructions, it will NEVER come apart during a ride. Never.
Update: Almost 2 years later and it still works great. No problems ever !!!.
Riding weight: 220
If you are running a 11t cog on your cassette you need to make sure the large parts of the link face away from the lock ring and last cog of the cassette, else you will skip the gear under high load.
I typically cannot get more than 1 chain out of these links due to wear of the inner pin, but that typically is due to the chain life exceeding 5000km of bike usage. The quick link does allow for easy removal for cleaning and maintenance on the bike.
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