Shimano Nexus NX10 1/8 Inch Chain - Silver 114 Links

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Nexus series chain
1/2 x 1/8 inch size
Anti-corrosion treatment for longer service life
Silver finish
114 links
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
By Ronald Snowball
19 Apr 2022
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Order arrived promptly and as described
Buy 2 or 3
By bDarren
13 Feb 2021
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNeed to buy 2 to fit my bike
ProsPerfect fit
Perfect replacement for an Elektra Townie, as long as you buy another (120 links needed due to the flay-foot technology).
Best get 3, since the mud on the roads due to 4x4 drivers verge churning will likely destroy this regardless of how often you clean and regrease
Great value
10 Oct 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsCheap, sturdy
Great value singlespeed chain. Used for 1970’s Raleigh 3-speed. Seems sturdy so hoping for decent miles. Need chain tool to fit as chain supplied with one rivet attached to an outside plate that needs pushing through. Need to do a bit of tweaking to ensure link doesn’t bind.
Questions & Answers (3)
which quick link/split link do I use for this on a nexus hub please
07 Jan 2021
We need to know the SG code on your hub before we can confirm this- and if you are running 3/32 chain or a 1/8 chain.

Thanks 08.01.21
Which chain tensioner suit this chain?
20 Oct 2019
i have nexus rear hub with nexus rear sprocket, and nexus 38t crankset. i have bought this chain but i am not sure which tensioner compatible. Can SJS Cycles part number : 18004sil (alfine ct s 500 tensioner) work with above mentione build?
Hi there,

This should work absolutely fine, however as we have never done this we cannot say for certain I'm afraid.

How Is This Chain "Joined"?
22 Nov 2014
i.e. on fitting, how are the ends joined? Is it by way of a power link similar to SRAM chains, or is a special tool required?
Mike Armstrong

The joining of this chain requires a single speed specific chain tool as it is a wider gage than a geared chain. A suitable tool is SJSC part number 31299.