Can you reuse a bike chain pin?
never ever reuse a joining pin.. ever. for that matter, dont even consider pushing the old joining pin out and then rejoining the chain at the same link, thats a no-no as well.
Can you add links to your bicycle chain? Yes, you can add links to a bike chain, but you need to be careful that you have the right tools ( Chain Tool/Master Link Pliers) and correct methods. To check if your chain is undersized, shift onto the largest chainring and the largest cog.
Does Shimano chain come with PIN?
Yes, they come with a new pin. The pins are not all the same. They only work for certain chain groups.
Can you put a pin back into a chain?
Lift the inner end of the chain off the pin. Lay the outer end of the chain flat so the pin is now horizontal to the ground. Apply hammer again to the outer piece (the bit without the pin in) until the holes of the outer pieces are back into alignment. Now use chain tool to screw pin back through all pieces as normal.
Can I reuse a bicycle chain?
Fifteen years ago the answer was a simple ” Yes “. Today’s 10, 11, and 12 speed chains are not designed to be reassembled this way, and in fact, will reliably break or fail where you reuse the rivet. For these new narrow chains, simply use a replacement rivet on Shimano, or master link on SRAM or other.