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The Clarks Self Lubricating 11 Speed Chain features hollow plate lightweight design and self-lubricating tech. Compatible with various and hybrid derailleur systems, including MTB and road setups.
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This clarks 11 speed chain is made be Yaban and is stamped YBN SLA-11 on the side plates. Comes with a quick release link stamped QL-11, while not the hollow pin YBN model it's still reasonable for weight. Boxes states 245 grams for 110 links. I have this running on a road bike with 10 speed shimano 105 5700 shifters. Ultegra 11 speed 6800 chainwheel and front derailleur. 10 speed xt m771 11-36 rear cassette with a shimano MTB m591 9 speed rear derailleur. This setup works great for me. The chain is quiet, shifts well even with a dyna-sys cassette and I have had the quick release link on and off a few times without it coming loose afterwards. I just squeeze the link when installing and removing like KMC recommend for their missing link. Remember if your old chain is badly worn so may you rear cassette and will need replacing when you install a new chain. Otherwise you may find the most worn cogs skip. Best to get a chain stretch guide to keep an eye on the chain length. On sale makes a great chain for a 10/11 speed system setup. Comparable to KMC in my limited chain experience and would definitely use again.