Ribble Chain Wear Tool
Ribble Chain Wear Tool
Ribble Chain Wear Indicator Tool
The chain on your bike slowly wears out as you build up the miles by getting stretched longer and longer. A chain wear tool is a quick and handy device that will tell you when your chain needs replacing. If left for too long a stretched chain will begin to wear out your chainrings and could result in poor performance from gear changes and even be potentially dangerous if the chain 'slips'. A worn chain can skip over the top of the cogs to cause 'skipping' or 'slipping' gears. The Ribble R-CWT is designed to give you an instant and accurate guide to indicate how much your chain has worn. Simply by seeing if the tool drops into your chain or not (no pressure is required so don't push it in further than it drops), you can tell if the chain (0.75 on the tool), or both the chain and cassette needs replacing (1.0 on the tool). This is a small toolbox esential that could save you money in the long term. Keep replacing your chain regularly and it should work with your existing cassette, but leave it too long and the stretched chain will have caused excessive wear to the cassette and both chain and cassette will need replacing. When measuring ensure that a Power, Master or Quick link is not included in the section of chain being measured. Shows if chain, or chain and cassette need replacing. Small and compact. Easy to use. Check your chain regularly. From our new range of practical and essential accessories and tools. Designed with input from our experienced team of riders and mechanics these are no nonsense essentials engineered to do the job. Designed in England.
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