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SRAM
PC-1091R 10-Speed Chain

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Next level.

SRAM's PC-1091R 10-speed chain has all the features you expect in a top-performing, high-quality chain. Chrome-harded hollow pins and punched outer plates save weight, while nickel-plating on both inner and outer plates resists corrosion and contributes to the chain's excellent durability.

The "1" at the end of the model number indicates a reshaped outer plate design for a smooth and quiet ride.

The PC-1091R includes the PowerLock link for easy installation and removal; SRAM recommends that a new PowerLock link be used each time the chain is broken and re-connected. Recommended for SRAM Force/Rival 10-speed groups but is compatible with all Shimano and SRAM 10-speed systems. 5.9mm width, 114 links, just 251 grams.

 

Weight: 255 grams

 

Weight: 255 grams

 

Group Compatibility: SRAM 10 Speed 

 

Group Compatibility: Shimano 10 Speed 

 

Chain Application: 10-Speed 

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Great chain. Smooth and quiet.
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by rmitch002
Oklahoma
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Plan to continue using this chain.

Reviewed 5/22/2014
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light and quiet
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by richphoto
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I was using a Dura Ace chain that snapped at only about 400 miles, after putting this one on it was very quiet and seems to shift much better as well.

Reviewed 10/24/2014
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Cheap and efficient
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by Fastbot
Barrie ontaio

Rolls well and costs less

Whats not to like?

Reviewed 6/4/2018
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My favorite 10 speed chain
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by IslandRider
Competitive Racer
Maui Hawaii
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Good shifts, reasonable weight and good durability, together with the reusable master link that makes chain removal and installation a piece of cake. This newer version is indeed quieter running than the previous PC1090. I am definitely a Shimano fan for just about everything else, but really prefer the SRAM chains. I still have never broken one and I really like the drilled side plates for weight reduction. We have some very steep hills and I sometimes shift down under a lot of pedal pressure. These chains hold up and don't complain, even with that kind of abuse.

Reviewed 2/22/2018
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Great chain
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by Anonymous
Denver
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I run these chains with a KMC master link. Im sure the SRAM folks frown on this, but has worked fine for years. Otherwise, light, quite and excellent shifting.

Reviewed 1/15/2018
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Easy to install
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by Seattle Cyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I originally used the DuraAce chain due to the noise of the earlier SRAM chains. When I could no longer get the DuraAce chain for my 10 speed I gave this a try. Nice change, very easy to install with no pins and runs quiet!

Reviewed 3/16/2017
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Light and quiet.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
York, PA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Easy to assemble. Good value at the sale price.

Reviewed 3/17/2017
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Better value than Dura Ace but a little louder
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by PortlandJay
Competitive Racer
Norcal
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Was previously running a Dura Ace chain which was very quiet an shifted well. DA are just plain expensive. This chain meets the price point for value and a great chain as well. I've used them before and my only complaint is it's slightly louder on my Red drivetrain. Other than that it works perfectly.

Reviewed 10/31/2013
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Short life
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by NWBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Oregon
5 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

This is a nice chain in term for performance for flat rides, light weigh and quiet. But won't last if you do frequent climbing. After about 2-12 months 700 miles, mine was so stretched and needed replaced. My previous KMC lasted over 2000 miles.

Reviewed 10/9/2013
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This chain sets the standard
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by Gloyboy
Cycling Enthusiast
Novato, CA
3 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

This chain shifts equally well with Shimano and as well as SRAM cassettes, and the master link is such a plus (no messing with Shimano installation pins). I've run thousands of miles with this chain and never missed a shift. It's dead quiet, too. Highly recommended if you want a light, versatile chain that consistently performs well.

Reviewed 8/9/2013
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Race chain
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Ogden, Ut
8 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

I use these chains to race, I wouldn't recommend it for just commuting or casual riding, they are too expensive and too fragile.

Reviewed 8/9/2012
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