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Is a 1 x 10 practical?

Old 07-25-11, 03:40 AM
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Originally Posted by ScottNotBombs
All chains are 3/32", it's just the outside width that changes with different speeds. As long as the chainring is 3/32" and not 1/8", it'll work fine with any modern bike chain.
This is correct. Still, in practice, narrower (measured on the outside) chains always wear faster than wider ones. 10sp chains wear extremely quickly indeed.
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