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August 06, 2008



Any thoughts on what one must do if a chain breaks mid-ride? I'm not planning on carrying a bulky $200 chain tool in my saddlebag.


Chris, any thing you can say about whether there will be third-party tools for less?

i'm about to just break down and buy the tool =)


$169USD... please tell me where I can find one so cheap in North America.. the cheapest I have seen is $269USD.. I have seen them for the price you advertised from Europe, but no one has them in stock...


Hello Peter!
I don't sell Specialized, but I work on them frequently.
So, I have invested in the tools needed. I feel your pain if you also
made that investment. Thanks for your comment and for checking in.


You must not sell Specialized.

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