Optimized Technology For Precise Shifting Power
It's time for an upgrade! When you're running out of miles left on your old chain, turn to the reliable Shimano CN-4601 Tiagra chain. This 10-speed chain is a durable, powerful 116 links that look great on just about any setup. When adventure calls, make sure you're prepared for the ride of a lifetime.
The Shimano Tiagra 10-speed chain has optimized inner and outer plates, which provide a larger contact area to the teeth. This allows for more efficient power transmission for better shifting even under load HG technology. The outer plates prevent chain-suck from jamming the chain on the chainrings, while the inner plates guarantee smooth shifting on the derailleur.
The Shimano CN-4601 Tiagra 10 Speed Chain has a directional connection, which must be observed during installation. When it comes to smoother shifting and high-quality performance, look no further than this 10-speed chain.
HG (Hyperglide) design enables better contact with gear teeth, allowing for smooth shifting even under high load conditions
In order to obtain good shifting performance, HG chains have a forward side and a reverse side; sides are marked so that the chain will face the correct way when installed
Hyperglide 10-Speed chain
Not compatible with Shimano 10-Speed Dyna-sys mountain bike drivetrains
Directional inner and outer plates designed for better contact with gear teeth allow smooth shifting even under high load conditions
116 link counChromized rivet pins improve wear resistance
Perforated plates for reduced weight
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Takes two to do the job.
by Silver Ghost
The Villages, FL
Always use Shimano for the timing chain for a tandem bicycle...so it takes almost two chains to do the job. Always use their pin to connect the two chains and a quick like to finish the loop. Never any problems until it is again time to replace.
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