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SRAM Power Link Recall

By Rob - Posted on 10 August 2009

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.

Received this mail from Jenson over the weekend:

SRAM has announced a voluntary recall of some PowerLock 10sp chain connectors. The affected products were sold separately with the connector by itself, and also as a connector that was included with a SRAM 10sp chain. The connecting link can fail, which could lead to a loss of control of the bicycle.

Although SRAM indicates that the potential for failure is low, out of an abundance of caution we are sending you this message and request that you promptly inspect your PowerLock connecting link:

- Carefully inspect both sides of the PowerLock connecting link for a date code letter (A, B, C, D, etc)
- Date codes “M” and “N” are part of this recall. Date codes other than “M” or “N” are not affected

If you determine that your PowerLock is affected by this recall, please stop using the product immediatelySRAM Power Link Recall.

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