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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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I am guessing that the old Record 10 chains are exactly the same part as the current Centaur 10 speed chains. Am I right? Thanks.
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Record 10 have hollow pins and cutouts in the side plates. I don't Think Centaur has either......
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Current Centaur 10S chains where at one point in time Record chains. Such is Campagnolo's general product policy.
Being a snob is an expensive hobby.
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I usually go with KMC or connex so I don't have to deal with campys funky chain tools.
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And dont forget that you can happily use the Campag 11speed chain on your 10 speed set-up.
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