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I got my One9 and some of my parts, which include a White Ind. Double/Double setup. Their info says use a 3/32" chain, which eliminates most single speed chains(which are 1/8", right?.) Anyone have a recommendation for a good chain for a clyde?

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3/32"

I think most people actually use 3/32". Someone once explained it to me like this; all the R&D money is being spent on the 3/32" chains. They are just as strong as the 1/8". I'm 200 lbs and never had a problem with the Sram PC 58.

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I got my One9 and some of my parts, which include a White Ind. Double/Double setup. Their info says use a 3/32" chain, which eliminates most single speed chains(which are 1/8", right?.) Anyone have a recommendation for a good chain for a clyde?

Thanks,

Dan
 

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flakbait said:
I got my One9 and some of my parts, which include a White Ind. Double/Double setup. Their info says use a 3/32" chain, which eliminates most single speed chains(which are 1/8", right?.) Anyone have a recommendation for a good chain for a clyde?

Thanks,

Dan
I called WI before buying my ENO crank to confirm that it was for a 3/32 chain. As for a chain itself, the PC48 works just fine. Not shifting anyways.
 

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nogearshere is right. That is the best chain for SSpeeding. Use the search, we covered this topic a month or two ago.
 

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nogearshere said:
KMC Z610HX is a 3/32" chain. Works like charm with ENO.

CHAIN

Cheap, strong...
agree 100%. i am a huge fan of the KMC Z610HX chain. I run it on my One 9 and Phil Wood, both running ENO cranks. It is just the perfect chain in my opinion.
 

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I'm a clyde

I'm 250lbs right now and I use the Sram PC48 and PC58 without problems. Cheap and strong.
 
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