KMC Z9200 Chain

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Z9200

The super narrow 6.6 mm KMC 9-speed chains are compatible with all popular road and off-road 9-speed derailleur systems. All three models feature the extra strength and durability of KMC's exclusive Bull's-eye Pin Riveting and our StretchProof heat treatment and materials package. A special black assembly pin has been pressed into the end link for installation.

Model Z9200 Chain Specifications:

  • Primary Features: StretchProof, Bull's-Eye Pin Riveting
  • 1/2" x 11/128" Super Narrow
  • Pin Length: 6.6 mm.
  • Pin Power: Min. 200 kgf.
  • Tensile Strength: 1050 kgf.
  • Finish: Nickel / Brown
  • Compatible Bikes: 9 pcs cassette sprocket
  • Weight: 305 g / 116 Link

  • User Reviews (7)

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    DANSTARBH   Weekend Warrior [Aug 08, 2011]
    Strength:

    None, broke to easy.

    Weakness:

    The weakness is they are weak. lasted only a couple of hours at lysterfield.

    Buy a SRAM or SHIMANO CHAIN it will save you from walking. KMC haven't made good chain for a while in my opinion. This chain only lasted a couple of hours, no chain has ever done that to me before, no matter the qaulity or conditions. Came on the bike so if it comes on yours have it replaced ASAP.

    Similar Products Used: SRAM 9 series across the range.
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    ed   Cross Country Rider [Oct 05, 2009]
    Strength:

    good strong chain only snapped after 2 years of heavy weekend cycling up loads of very steap hills

    Weakness:

    none that i noticed

    A very good, very strong and reliable chain

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    4
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    XCkiller   Weekend Warrior [Aug 14, 2008]
    Strength:

    none

    Weakness:

    i got my ibex ignition super 1 day ago this was the chain it came with, the day after i got it i went for a very easy warm up ride on a local atv trail, when completely unprovoked one of the links came undone, got caught on my deraillure and ripped it clean off

    I have never had a chain brake on me before, the chain was brand new and i wasnt doing any jumps, drops, or trying to go 40 mph, just easy riding. It was completely idiotic, that after 48 hrs with a thousand dollar brand new bike that I would have to pay 50 dollars to take it to my LBS just because my F***ing chain decided to brake!

    Similar Products Used: none that worked this poorly
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    Andrew   Cross Country Rider [May 28, 2003]
    Weakness:

    About as strong as Dental Floss

    The chain came with the bike -- brand new -- two rides in and a rivet buckled on a rock and snapped. The chain has snapped twice since then... and not only that but proved v. difficult to fix on the trail... not at all impressed!

    Just replaced it with an SRAM 69 ...

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    Bob   Weekend Warrior [Jul 27, 2007]
    Strength:

    It works!

    Weakness:

    None as yet

    I have absolutely hammered this thing with no issues. And I weigh(ed) 280!

    Similar Products Used: Older Shimano
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    Tim   Cross Country Rider [Apr 27, 2004]

    The previous posted complained of it being weak - I've never seen a stronger chain. I hammer mine and with all the sand and gunk that gets in it at Woodhill it should be toast but it just keeps on going. Value compared to Shimano.

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    Ste   Weekend Warrior [Jul 04, 2005]
    Strength:

    Well, none. It didn't work.

    Weakness:

    Snapped under not a lot of stress.

    A cheap chain for manufacturers trying to cut costs. Replace ASAP when you buy a bike with with this chain fitted.

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