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Cutter 10 Speed Chain

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Thread the Cutter 10 Speed Chain over your cassette and through your derailleurs, and forget about it for a season. It won?t mind. This Cutter chain is made with nickel plated steel, and features a PTFE coating to keep you spinning fast. Its super-light 273 gram weight beats other ten-speed chains by over thirty grams ?a no brainer decision for the gram conscious.

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