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Has anyone used the Park Tools CT-4.3 chain tool?
Park Tool Co. » CT-4.3 : Master Chain Tool with Peening Anvil : Chain

from the Park Tools web site:

Master Chain Tool with Peening Anvil
Specially designed to work with the tight tolerances and narrow profiles of 10- and 11-speed chains, but also works on all other derailleur chains, including the Shimano® CN-9000. The CT-4.3 is a powerful, precise tool designed to quickly and accurately remove and install chain rivets. Without a doubt the most accurate chain tool we’ve ever built!

Integrated Link Pocket ensures precise alignment
Replaceable, rotating pin
Perfectly contoured cushioned handles
Precisely machined investment cast body and components
Includes removable anvil to peen Campagnolo® 11-speed chains
Note: The CT-4.3 is NOT compatible with Wipperman® chains.


Is any one able to confirm that this chain tool is a suitable replacement for the VERY expensive Campagnolo chain tool?
 

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I don't have the 4.3, I have/use the CT4 for pin removal/installation and CT11 for peening. From the looks of it the 4.3 is a 4.2 with an accessory (peening anvil), it should work just fine.

If I did more chains I'd pick up the Campy tool just for the wire pinning feature.
 
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