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CN-HG53 9-Speed Chain - 114 Links
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- Shimano Tiagra CN-HG53 Bicycle Chain - 9 Speed
- Hyperglide (HG) technology with chamfered inner plates to optimise shifting performance on the HG sprockets
- Chromising and heat treatment on the components for durability
- Mushrooming of the pins gives unsurpassed side-plate retention for optimal braking force
- Optimised for 9 speed Super Narrow HG drivetrains
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Hyperglide (HG) series 9-speed compatible chain, recommended for Deore and Tiagra drivetrains
HG technology has chamfered inner plates to optimise shifting performance on HG sprockets
Durability is assured through a chromising treatment on link pins, and the heat treatment of rollers, pins, and plates
Mushrooming of the pins gives unsurpassed side-plate retention, enabling the chain to far exceed the BS/ISO standard for breaking force
6.57 mm chain width, optimised for 9-speedSuper Narrow HG drivetrains
Corrosion-resistant grey finish on outer plates
114 links, 304 grams
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I looked into replacing the chain myself, and found instructions on you tube, I had to buy, some bits to do so, such as a chain tool, but realised that even paying out for those would still leave me quids in from a bike shop, anyway, the upshot is I replaced the chain and found my bike rides smoother than ever, and requires a lot less effort going up hill than before with my old stretched, worn out chain, so if your legs are hurting and pushing those peddles seem difficult, don't just keep adding lube, replace your chain it's worn out, and this chain, is as good as you can get.