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    Senior Member disenfranchised's Avatar
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    Am I missing something, or is this an awesome deal?

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    Senior Member B-dub's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by disenfranchised View Post

    Am I missing something, or is this an awesome deal?

    In the description near the bottom it says that's the price for a clip style master link. If it is in fact in the warehouse this will be a good chance for those who got in on the recent chain buy to pick up an extra master link. That's kind of expensive shipping for something so small, though.
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    Smokin' deal. I don't see any mention of length, but at that price, I'll splice.

    Oops. That's just the master link. Dopey me.

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    Senior Member elime's Avatar
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    I think that is for the master link.

    In the bluish box in the center, at the bottom, it says:

    Chain type: 428

    Discription: 428V clip M/L

    Also where it says:

    Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed: Click on DID 428V Chain right in the center

    It says chains are $70 (and they are sold out) and rivet master links are $4.48

    However, if the chains are $5 that is a $31 savings over what I paid.
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