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You can use any standard Sram/Shimano/KMC chain with the Saint; I'd consider any of those linked below.
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If running a 10sp M660 / XT setup, any of the HG-X 10sp chains would be fine, such as the HG95 linked below. You could also use a KMC 10sp chain if you preferred.
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PASLEY BUTCHERS BIKE SINGLE SPEED

I am looking for a chain for my butchers bike
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There are two single speed chain standards available 1/8" and 3/32", as we are not a Pashley dealer it is hard to determine which size is required.

The two chains are available below, if you are unsure of which size you need, the 3/32" option is compatible with either of the two sprocket sizes and would be recommended.
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Hi,
I'd like to replace the chain and cassette on my Whyte Cambridge. The original spec is:
Cassette: SRAM APEX PG-1050, 11-32, 10 Speed
Chain: SRAM PC-1030, 10 Speed

I'd like to buy the chain reaction cycles:
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/sram-pg1050-10-speed-mtb-cassette/rp-prod55201
With regards the chain I'd like to go for:
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/sram-pc1051-10-speed-chain/rp-prod51844

Can you confirm this is all compatible etc.

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Yes, the SRAM PG1050 cassette and PC1051 chain should be fine as replacements for your original setup.
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You can use any Shimano 10sp Road or KMC 10sp chain, such as those linked below. For a triple ring setup you should opt for the longer version (114+ links).
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What chains are good for a Shimano Deore XT 11-34 10-speed cassette with SRAM X0 10-speed cranks and 44/33/22 chain rings?
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Any standard 10sp MTB chain will be suitable; I would opt for KMC or SRAM options such as those linked below.
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Very little will be noticed in terms of performance; these chains are simply from a different model group/year.
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The KMC chain has a 3/32" width where as this bike requires a 1/8" chain.
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Yes, the only real issue with chains is to ensure that the chain you are using is the correct width for the chairing/cogs it is being used on. Any 9 speed chain should be ok
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Shimano Dura-Ace CN7900 chain

I currently run a Shimano Dura-Ace CN7900 chain on my 10 speed road bike. I cannot find one listed on your website? Is this an outedated chain? Is the CN7901 compatible ?
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The 7901 chain has effectively replaced the 7900 and it is backwards compatible; will work with older 10-speed drivetrains.
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