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Feedback Sports Chain Keeper

Item #OTO10071
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Why We Love It
The Chain Keeper is the perfect solution to keeping your bike chain secure for bike washing, tune-ups, and traveling. The elegant CNC machined design fits standard quick-release or 12mm thru-axle dropout systems, no tools required. By keeping chain tension with the Chain Keeper, you can be confident your bike is safe during drivetrain cleaning or travel.
About This Item
  • Protects rear derailleur by maintaining chain tension when the rear wheel is removed
  • Ideal bike service tool for washing, tune-ups and traveling
  • Accommodates road bikes, cyclocross bikes, mountain bikes, electric bikes, fitness bikes and more
  • Fits standard 9mm Quick-Release style dropouts
  • Fits 12mm Thru-Axle dropouts
  • Prevents the chain from slapping against delicate and painted frame surfaces
  • High-density Delrin™ roller is easy on your chain, yet incredibly durable
  • CNC machined aluminum body is corrosion-resistant and comfortable in-hand
  • Tool-free, single-hand design makes use simple and effective for beginner or professional bike mechanics
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Brand Feedback
Model Chain Keeper
Weight lbs oz
mpn 17330
upc 17330
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