Dawes Kalahari, Puch Prima Super Sport, Graham Weigh 853
8 Speed Cranks with 10 speed (Ofmega)
I'm hoping to build up my bike with a 10 speed group (2nd hand Veloce in this case because it's cheap).
But the group is missing the chainset. I have seen some Ofmeage vantage chainsets about. They are pretty, and claim to be lightweight-ish, but are also "8-speed". Would that knacker a 10-speed chain?
If so, I'd better buy that Stronglight Impact
And Sheldon Brown's take is that Shimano is saying this mainly in order to sell more chainrings and cranks. The difference is that the chainrings designed for 9- and 10-speed systems are spaced oh-so-slightly closer together. There may be a slim chance of the chain "riding" between them, but this is a very rare problem, and Sheldon thinks that it comes only in a weird and pointless shifting pattern that might be used by a newbie mountain bike rider. Which doesn't sound like the case with the OP.