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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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    Heavy Duty

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    You could clobber someone with this thing, which I guess is a good feature to have in a shop tool. Plus, it's 1/2 the price of the Shimano chainwhip. When you're working on delicate parts such as carbon wheels and hubs it's nice to be able to apply gentle leverage and this tool is heavy enough to permit a gentle turn to unlock any cassette.

    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.