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Old 11-16-05, 02:01 PM   #1
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chain question

i have a specialized hard rock sport.i need a new chain.the bike has 8 cogs,an sram derailleur and 3 chain rings.i looked at srams web site and i am confuzed about what chain to buy.they have pc48,pc58,and pc68 chains.what chain should i get?thanks.
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with 8 speed, you can use any chain. generic 3/32" will work fine. fancier stuff couldn't hurt.
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i have a specialized hard rock sport.i need a new chain.the bike has 8 cogs,an sram derailleur and 3 chain rings.i looked at srams web site and i am confuzed about what chain to buy.they have pc48,pc58,and pc68 chains.what chain should i get?thanks.
The best SRAM value for your 8-cogged bike is the PC58.
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