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Park Tool 11-Speed Compatible ChainWhip/Sprocket Remover

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    Swap with ease.

    Swap your 11-23 for a 12-26 before you head out to the annual hill climb race. The Park Tool SR-11 11-Speed Compatible ChainWhip / Sprocket Remover will help you swap your cassettes in record time, even if you’re running that newfangled Italian 11-speed. The one-inch box wrench in the handle fits all Park Tool freewheel and cassette lockring tools.

    • Item #PAR0215

    Tech Specs

    Material
    steel
    Compatibility
    5-11-speed cassesttes, 1in park tool freewheel/cassette locking tools
    Recommended Use
    removing cassettes
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Have an 11 speed cassette? get this!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a must-have for the home tool kit. Works as described and makes changing cassettes that much easier. The hex tool at the end the handle is a good thought but you won't really use it...ever.

    Crack that Whip

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Actually I did crack one of the links on mine within the first or second time using this chainwhip. I was able to pop the pin back in so I could continue to use it though and have used it at least a dozen more times since. I'm pretty sure there's a lifetime warranty on Park tools, but since I've been able to still make it work, I've been too lazy to take them up on a warranty claim.