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9 Speed Eco Rust Protection Bike Chain

TN-SS-GST

New product

Weight 290g
Brand Taya
Similar to Sram PC-991
Size 115 Links

A 9 speed bicycle chain with rust protection.

This is Taya's very own eco-friendly rust protection chain. A cleaner, superior and... not so shinny alternitatve to chrome. Only $46.90


Read more about Taya's Greener Surface Treatment here. There is nothing else like this available in New Zealand!


Manufacturer's specification page

58 Items

$46.90

Shipping

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For a small fee you can upgrade to Courier Post for faster delivery. This can be done on the shopping cart / checkout page.

Guarantee

Here at Epicycle we take pride in being as liberal and fair as possible with our returns and policies. To achieve this we both abide by and exceed the fair trade and consumer guarantee act of New Zealand.

Epicycle offers a Manufactures Warranty on all product that we import into New Zealand. Weather you brought it from us directly, or from a local store, you can claim your warranty here.

Payment

All transactions, regardless of payment method, are billed in New Zealand Dollars (NZD).

We have three main payment options to make things as easy as possible. Credit card, PayPal and bank transfers.

Who is Taya Chain?

Taya Chain are the longest standing Taiwanese manufacturers of bicycle chains. Established in 1969, Taya Chain have proven their hunger for innovating the best bicycle chain, at the lowest cost to the environment. With an outstanding record of awards and as a true contributor to the bicycle industry, Epicycle is proud to bring Taya Chain to the New Zealand market.


Click here to see the teams Taya Chain sponsors all over the world...

Click here to see a list of Taya Chain’s awards achieved over the years.

What speed is your bike?

Determining the right speed of chain for your bike might be simpler then you might think. Just count the number of cogs in the rear cassette or cluster on your bike. That’s it, that’s the only thing that determines the kind of chain you need.

To extend, the more cogs on the rear cluster, the thinner they need to be in order to fit in the same space. So the chain must be the correct thickness to fit with your cluster setup. The lower speed chains are thicker and heavier. Leaving the higher speed chains to be thinner and lighter.