Finish Line Chain Cleaner Tools

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Product Description

Keep your chain clean for optimum performance and longevity with the Finish Line Chain Cleaner Kit simple and easy to use...Self contained unit works without a bike stand or tools and prevents messy spills and dripping; no need to remove the chain from your bike. The Finish Line Chain Cleaner Kit features both rotating brushes and side plate scrubber pads for a quick and thorough cleaning; just sixty seconds to clean the entire chain. Includes a 4 oz. bottle of biodegradable degreaser, enough for eight cleanings.

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