BBB BTL-50 Chain Grip
A quick-release axle system that keeps the chain under tension when the wheel is removed.
Top Features of the BBB BTL-50 Chain Grip
- Size: 130mm - road bikes (supplied without disc brake adapter)
- Size: 135mm - MTB bikes (supplied with disc brake adapter)
Ideal for transportation when the rear wheel is removed prior to placing in the car. With a disc brake pad adapter that retains the brake pads when the disc is removed.
Also described as a Chain Keeper or Chain Hanger.
About Quick Release Skewers
Quick release skewers are rods which are threaded at one end, with a cam assembly on the other. This combines to make a lever operated cam system. The quick release mechanism was invented in 1927 by Tullio Campagnolo, who was an Italian bicycle racer. He was frustrated when he needed to repair a flat tyre during a race, the weather had turned cold, and his hands were numb, so he could not operate the wingnuts which retained the wheel. He had been well-placed prior to the puncture, but lost valuable time, so decided to develop a quick release skewer system which enables simple wheel removal in seconds.
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I have a regular road bike, 10 speed 7900 DA with Shimano hubs. What is the correct length of Axel, 130 or 135mm?
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