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PC-1031 10-Speed Chain

Mfg PartNum:92.2711.114.105
  (5 customer reviews)
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SRAM's most economical 10-speed chain with nickle plated outer links and solid pins. The PC-1031 features an updated outer plate design for quieter performance. Includes Powerlock link for tool-free installation and removal.

  • 5.9mm width
  • Nickle coated outer plates
  • Chrome-hardened solid pins
  • Recommended use: SRAM Force/Rival 10 speed groups
  • Also Shimano 10-speed compatible
  • 114 links
  • 271g

Weight: 277 grams


Weight: 277 grams


Chain Application: 10-Speed 

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SRAM PC-1031 !0- Speed Chain
by Frank A
Cycling Enthusiast
Fayetteville, GA

This chain works with my Ultegra 6700 group. The feature I like about this chain is it's PowerLock connecting link.

Reviewed 7/7/2012
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a smooth shifting and rugged chain at a reasonable price
by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Portland Oregon

I use this chain on my daily commuter here in the Pacific Northwest. Sram makes a quality chain that can take all that winter can dish out.

Reviewed 3/1/2019
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Always great service.
by Anonymous

Always great service, and price are fantastic.

Reviewed 4/12/2018
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reliable and in my price range
by sportyguy
Competitive Racer
Markham Park Florida
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have tried many of the more expensive versions of scram chains...??? for me...the only difference is $$$$ and a tiny weight savings... So being valuebudget conscience person I am... the 1031 serves me well..( until I win the lottery )

Reviewed 4/28/2015
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Broke at less than 300 miles
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this chain as a low cost training chain and probably won't purchase a low end SRAM chain ever again. (I've had no problems with the top of the line hollow pin chains other than the rather short life)

The chain broke after less than 300 miles. Granted there was a missed shift a few minutes preceding the failure, but I've never had a chain break under similar circumstances. Had a chain breaker and a spare link so it was a five minute or less fix, but I was 30 miles out in the boonies from home and out of cell phone range, so it could have been ugly.

A few days later when cleaning and lubing the chain I found more cracked outer plates. i suspect poor quality control in the plating or heat treating process and hydrogen enbrittlement as the culprit.

Reviewed 3/27/2015
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