Wipperman/Connex list two different 3/32 half links, one with a split pin to retain the pin, the other with a rivet pin that requires a chainbreaker to fit. These are for use with the Connex Intrax 3/32 chains for internal geared hubs.
David Benson Auckland, New Zealand
> Howdy Neill,
> I can't say for sure but I doubt a 3/32 half link was ever produced! I have
> a 1/8 in version I have sourced that are very handy. All Internal and fixed
> gear cogs were originally made for 1/8inch chains so there was no need in the
> old days for any thing else much except maybe a one inch pitch version which
> wouldn't work (or would it?).
> The newer track cogs and some internal hubs now use 3/32 inch cogs but on
> track bikes and bikes designed for internal hubs with slotted dropouts.
> It's easy to fix you problem cheap. Buy a good 1/8 inch chain and a half link
> to go with it. It'll run just fine on your skinny sprockets and best of all
> you can tighten your chain.
> Otherwise buy a chainwheel with a one or two more teeth and raise your gear
> and lower your bank account a bit more.
> Yours in cycling,
> Gilbert Anderson
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