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SRAM PC 850 P-Link Bicycle Chain (8-Speed, Grey)
SRAM PC 850 P-Link Bicycle Chain (8-Speed, Grey)
SRAM PC 850 P-Link Bicycle Chain (8-Speed, Grey)
SRAM PC 850 P-Link Bicycle Chain (8-Speed, Grey)
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SRAM PC 850 P-Link Bicycle Chain (8-Speed, Grey)

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Product Description

Top-quality bicycle chain offers accurate shifting and durable wear resistance

Features step-riveted pins for strong side plate retention

Six-, seven-, and eight-speed; 114 links, 7.1-millimeter width, and 318-gram weight

Recommended for the 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 drivetrain; Powerlink silver connector included

Includes limited two-year manufacturer's warranty

Imported from USA

The top-quality SRAM PC 850 bicycle chain offers accurate shifting and durable wear resistance, and features
step-riveted pins for strong side plate retention.

Detail view: The 3/32-inch chain has step-riveted pins for strong side plate retention.

Details

* Six-, seven-, and eight-speed
* 114 links
* 7.1-millimeter width
* 318-gram weight
* Recommended for the 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 drivetrain
* Powerlink silver connector included

Warranty
SRAM products include a limited two-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

About SRAM
Bicycle component maker SRAM makes high-quality, technically advanced parts and accessories, based on a philosophy of
perpetual, incremental enhancements that collectively add up to superior performance. Casual riders will note SRAM
components' reliability, dependability, and standard qualities one would expect. But it's the passionate cyclists --
those who spends hours in the saddle -- who tend to truly appreciate the company's quality and craftsmanship.

SRAM Corporation began with the goal of creating the best possible shifting system, and ultimately innovated cycling
with the advent of the Grip Shift. To sustain the resulting growth, SRAM invested in Sachs Bicycle Company and built a
state of the art manufacturing facility in Schweinfurt Germany. The company then joined forces with RockShox suspension,
and expanded its line into brakes, bottom brackets, and cranksets by partnering with Avid and Truvativ. Having created
an end-to-end bicycle drive train company, SRAM's mission today is to keep working to create what they term "the
ultimate ride."

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