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KMC B1S Single Speed / Internal Gear Hub1/8 Chain

KMC B1S Single Speed / Internal Gear Hub1/8 Chain

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Product Description

A silver chain designed for single speed and internal hub geared bikes.

Nickel plated chains help to prevent kinks that crop up in chains from long-term use. The nickel plating also provides a great touch aesthetically to your bike but also adds an extra level of resistance to corrosion. The bushed design is more suitable for heavier loads and more stressful conditions which makes it perfect for internal hub gearing as it puts the chain under much more stress

  • 1/2" X 1/8" - 112 Links, pin length 9,2 mm
  • For Internal Gear Hub / Single speed

  • Nickel plated
  • Bushed

Note: Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

KMC B1S Single Speed / Internal Gear Hub1/8 Chain Reviews

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4.50
Build Quality
4.50
Performance
5.00
Value For Money
4.00

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4
Good solid chain - one warning.

Really can't go wrong with a KMC chain. The only thing I'll warn of is that the clip-on link, which is really easy to fit, does have pins that protrude further out that the other links. So if you've got a tight fit going through a chain tensioner with a 1/8" chain with a normal master link, you may find that this one snags going through the cages around the jockey wheels. If you've got a hub gear with a chain tensioner you might want to look at teh 3/32" chains.

Really can't go wrong with a KMC chain. The only thing I'll warn of is that the clip-on link, which is really easy to fit, does have pins that protrude further out that the other links. So if you've got a tight fit going through a chain tensioner with a 1/8" chain with a normal master link, you may find that this one snags going through the cages around the jockey wheels. If you've got a hub gear with a chain tensioner you might want to look at teh 3/32" chains.

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5