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Chain Pliers Cycling Bike Repair Hand Tool

Chain Pliers Cycling Bike Repair Hand Tool

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Chain Pliers Cycling Bike Repair Hand Tool


  • 1 x Pliers
  • 1 x Chain hook

Chain Pliers Cycling Bike Features:

  • Small and easy to carry.
  • The buckle at the bottom of the pliers handle make this more compact and easy to store.
  • The master link plier with the safety pin protect from over opening, also there is a return spring keep the plier ready for work
  • Made of high-quality materials, durable and practical.

Specification (Approximate Measurements):

  • Made of Steel.
  • Weight: 45g (Pliers & hook)
  • 93mm in length (pliers)

How to use Chain Pliers

Chain pliers are a specialized tool designed to help with the installation and removal of chains. Here are some steps to use chain pliers effectively:

  1. Assess the chain: Before using chain pliers, assess the chain to determine if it needs to be repaired or replaced. Look for any damaged or worn links, and check the tension of the chain.
  2. Choose the right size: Make sure the chain pliers are the correct size for the chain you are working with. Most chain pliers are adjustable, but it's important to double-check the sizing before starting work.
  3. Open the pliers: Open the chain pliers and place the chain inside the jaws. Make sure the jaws are securely positioned around the link you want to work on.
  4. Remove or install a link: Depending on what you're doing, use the pliers to either remove or install a link. To remove a link, grip the chain with the pliers and gently twist to loosen the link. To install a link, use the pliers to align the two ends of the chain and press the link together.
  5. Reconnect the chain: Once you have removed or installed the necessary link, reconnect the chain. Make sure the links are properly aligned and that any pins or clips are securely in place.
  6. Test the chain: Before using the chain, test it to make sure it is secure and working properly. Move the chain back and forth to ensure it is not too loose or too tight.

Overall, chain pliers can be a very helpful tool for anyone who works with chains frequently. By following these steps and taking proper precautions, you can use chain pliers to maintain and repair chains with ease.

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