KMC v Sram chains?

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De Sisti
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Re: KMC v Sram chains?

Postby De Sisti » 14 Oct 2020, 3:37pm

mig wrote:
De Sisti wrote:
mig wrote: :D
oh and don't use wippermann. they're bobbins! :lol:

You're not from Manchester by any chance? :)


guilty as charged m'lud. take me to the cells.

Not come across that term since I last lived there (left in 1984, followed by quickly losing the accent :( ).

reohn2
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Re: KMC v Sram chains?

Postby reohn2 » 14 Oct 2020, 3:40pm

De Sisti wrote:
mig wrote:
De Sisti wrote:You're not from Manchester by any chance? :)


guilty as charged m'lud. take me to the cells.

Not come across that term since I last lived there (left in 1984, followed by quickly losing the accent :( ).

It comes from the cotton mills.
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mig
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Re: KMC v Sram chains?

Postby mig » 14 Oct 2020, 4:13pm

De Sisti wrote:
mig wrote:
De Sisti wrote:You're not from Manchester by any chance? :)


guilty as charged m'lud. take me to the cells.

Not come across that term since I last lived there (left in 1984, followed by quickly losing the accent :( ).


you'll always be one of us chief. i suggest dropping in the term at least once a day wherever you are :wink:

De Sisti
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Re: KMC v Sram chains?

Postby De Sisti » 14 Oct 2020, 6:18pm

mig wrote:
De Sisti wrote:
mig wrote:
guilty as charged m'lud. take me to the cells.

Not come across that term since I last lived there (left in 1984, followed by quickly losing the accent :( ).


you'll always be one of us chief. i suggest dropping in the term at least once a day wherever you are :wink:

Next time I'm up there, some pudding, chips and peas, with a barm cake; and a patty from Alvinos should
sort me out.

gxaustin
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Re: KMC v Sram chains?

Postby gxaustin » 15 Oct 2020, 6:50am

I've used Shram 9 and 10 speed chains with success but I'm not having much luck with their 11 speed.
They seem less flexible than KMC and the change is a bit erratic - IMO.