Bike Master Links & Pins

Shimano SM-CN900 11 Speed Quick Link
$13.49
SAVE 16 %
MSRP $16.00
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SRAM Powerlock Link For 12 Speed Chain
From $11.99
SAVE 29 %
MSRP $17.00
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Shimano 11 Speed Chain Pins
From $5.99
SAVE 33 %
MSRP $9.00
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KMC 11 Speed Missing Link, Single
$6.99
SAVE 13 %
MSRP $8.00
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SRAM Powerlink 9 Speed, Single
$3.99
SAVE 77 %
MSRP $17.00
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SRAM Powerlock - 10 Speed - Single
$3.49
SAVE 13 %
MSRP $4.00
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KMC Missinglink
From $9.99
SAVE 23 %
MSRP $13.00
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Shimano 9 Speed Chain Pins
$5.99
SAVE 25 %
MSRP $8.00
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Shimano CN-M732 7/8 Speed Chain Pins
$4.99
SAVE 38 %
MSRP $8.00
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SRAM Powerlink - 8 Speed - 4 Pack
$12.99
SAVE 24 %
MSRP $17.00
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KMC 1/2 Link For Chains
From $1.99
SAVE 34 %
MSRP $3.00
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KMC 1/2 Link For 3/32" Chains
$1.99
SAVE 34 %
MSRP $3.00
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e.13 Iscg Chaniguide Bolt Kit
$8.96
SAVE 10 %
MSRP $9.95
FSA Chain Quick Release Link, 11-SPEED
$40.99
SAVE 13 %
MSRP $46.99
 

Bike Master Links and Pins

Whether you break or bend your chain during a ride, or simply need to remove it to work on your drivetrain, there will eventually come a time when you need to be proficient with bike master links and pins. These handy (and tiny) components allow you to pull your chain apart, and more importantly put it back together.

Most newer bikes have chains equipped with a master link, which is simply a unique link that can be pulled apart and reconnected, usually without the need for tools. But just like you must pick the right chain for your bike, not every master link will work with every chain. The primary consideration is choosing the right speed, be it, 9, 10, 11, or 12. You may also need to get a specific brand and model, for example SRAM’s Powerlock for 12-speed chains. And sometimes you even have a choice in color, which can make it easier to locate the master link once it is installed.

Replacement chain pins can also help you get out of a jam or make doing maintenance easier. These are used with chains that do not have a bike master link. Instead you use a chain breaking tool to pop out one of your chain’s existing pins (thus breaking the chain) and then push in a replacement pin when you are ready to reconnect and start riding again.

If you have any questions about bike master links and pins, don’t hesitate to call one of JensonUSA.com’s Gear Advisors at 888-880-3811. They will be happy to help you figure the right part for you and your chain.