Best chain for 8-speed Sachs 95 freewheel ?

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  1. yanick_viens

    yanick_viens New Member

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    Hi,

    I plan to change my chain in a near future and would welcome advices about which one is the best. I now have a mid-90s Sachs chain over Sachs LY 95 freewheel.

    I was looking at a SRAM PC-68 that seems identical to my current Sachs but maybe there's something better out there ?

    Regards,

    Yanick
     
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  2. yanick_viens

    yanick_viens New Member

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    Anything out there ?
     
  3. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    Srams work.Hard to beat that for the money.
     
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    [I was looking at a SRAM PC-68 that seems identical to my current Sachs but maybe there's something better out there ?

    Regards,

    Yanick[/QUOTE]

    Actually if this is a commuter or a trainer bike.. go to walmart, 8.99 for a chain (made by the same company that makes chains for shimano. just 1/2 the price. the last i checked the top of the food chain there is the 7-8 speed chains... this will work for you. If you want a bit of flair .. whipperman stainless or nickle plated.. but you can get at least 3 walmart chains for the same price. ;) NotRyt Cat:3
     
  5. John M

    John M New Member

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    Basic SRAM is good value. PC58 can be had for under $20. I wouldn't buy a Walmart product just out of principle-regardless of who makes it.
     
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