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Park Tool Chain Checker - CC-2

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    Eliminate poor shifting and uneven drivetrain wear

    The Park Tool Chain Checker allows you to quickly assess the wear and stretch of any chain to help maintain a healthy drivetrain. Just insert the CC-2’s pins into two links, secure the swing arm gauge, and then check the gauge window for an accurate reading. The CC-2 is 10- and 11-speed compatible.

    • 10- and 11-speed compatible
    • Determine the wear and stretch of any chain
    • Item #PAR0055

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    determining chain wear

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I'd recommend either the Shimano TL-CN42 or maybe Pedro's Chain Checker Plus over this Park Tool item as recommended in the link below. Pins can also be bent fairly easily when handed over to a ham fisted friend... I like how it enables you to determine the level of wear you are comfortable with; some like to replace at 0.5%, others will push to 0.75%. This is a cool feature over the go/no-go styles.
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    Cheap & Easy To Use

      I got caught having to replace both my chain and cassette a few weeks ago and won't let that happen again with this handy tool. It's cheap and easy to use. Make sure to initially check your chain as a baseline and to build familiarity with the checker.

      Cheaper than a new cassette

        If you've ever made the mistake of running your chain too long, and needing to replace your cassette as a result, then spending less than $30 on a chain checker is money well spent. Just need to remember to check your your chain regularly.