I use one, they work great and are nice and light. No problems with durability, they are plenty strong. I think they may actually be cheaper ($27) at JensonUSA than the ones I've seen on Ebay.Kelvin said:I'm looking for a new chain and was wondering what you guys reccommend? I have seen SRAM 89R hollowpin chains on ebay. Are they durable enough for mtb?
The only reason to spend that much money on it, is if it wears slower than the others, and thats what I'm trying to find out herenino said:why use a ridiculously expensive Ti-chain when that KMC is a 10th of the price and almost as light? shortening the standard chain will result in a even lighter KMC compared to the Ti chain so that really makes no sense at all. a chain is an item you change quite frequently and a Ti-chain in my eyes is a poser item and nothing else. a big waste of money.
Yeah but the Rohloff SLT99 knocks them all awayTrevor! said:Ti Chains = Manufactured for poseurs, suckers with too much money to blow and no bike skills and any others
Sr/\m PC89, 99HP seems to be fine, heard a few folk using them with no problems.
Any SR/\M chain knocks the pants of a Sh!mano chain.