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Shimano Ultegra Chain 10 Speed 6701

Spirit of the sport, New Ultegra is born to realize a smooth and aggressive road sport, inheriting the performance of a new generation.

    "HOLLOWGLIDE" the new chain is adopted for an advanced shifting performance.
  • Redesigned inner and outer plates
  • New shaped outer plate
  • New shaped inner plate for smoother rear shifting
  • Enhanced press-in construction for stable shifting

Shimano Ultegra Chain 10 Speed 6701 Features:

  • Model Number: CN-6701
  • Series: Ultegra
  • Chain Type: Super Narrow HG for 10-speed
  • Cassette Compatibility: 10-speed
  • Roller Link Plate: Grey
  • 114 links

Buy Shimano Ultegra Chain 10 Speed 6701 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Option: 108 Links, 116 Links
  • Speed: 10 Speed
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by excelente Todo perfecto, es lo que especifica en las características. Funcionando perfecto con un grupo dura ace. 08 April 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by corrosion fail My chain might be a monday piece, but it's only 2-3 months old and two links have rusted so badly it won't move and looks like it's been lying in the bottom of the sea for years. Rest of the chain looks brand new. Might be a manufacturing problem. 07 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by catena di marca prodotto di qualità conosciuto da tutti a buon prezzo consigliato 27 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality good value As always shimano shows strenght and good quality. Not the lightest but real good value for the money! 24 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfecto Buena relación calidad/precio, ligera y fiable. Muy recomendable el servicio de esta web, envío rápido, en Mallorca lo he llegado a recibir en 3 días. 10 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cannot refuse at the price it is. At this price it was in easy reach to replace like for like. I should think about getting another for when it needs replacing again next year. Ordered on Friday, delivered on Monday MORNING. Now that's 5 star service. 03 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by shimano good price !!!!!!good quality!!! for little money! 28 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by another good product from shomano run with this chain on XO and sram cassette no problems with shifts very smooth very happy with this chain 14 February 2014
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The 105 chain surprisingly says that it doesn't, but what about this ultegra chain?
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The 5701, 6701 and 7901 chains utilise a stiffer link than previous chains, so they do not have enough lateral movement to work well on a triple ring setup. Shimano suggest the 5600, 6600 and 7801 chains as their triple compatible options (linked below for your reference)
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I have a Ultegra chain on my wife's bike with a triple. The width of the chain doesn't change, just the number of links needed. Get the longest chain you can for the triple chain
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I just installed this on my bike, but after i placed the guide pin, that link is stiff. how do it get it to loosen up? Also, If i need to take the chain off, can i simply remove a pin with a chain tool and then replace it with the same pin? or that pin now ruined and i'll need a new guide pin?
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By bending the chain 'laterally' at the stiff link is should reduce the stiffness. After a few minutes on the bike; the stiffness should be gone completely.

Generally link pins are reusable but can become damaged when removing making this not possible.

It may be work considering chain connectors which makes breaking and reconnecting the chain easy.
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So for question #1, look at the insertion of the guide pin. If it is pushed too far or not far enough the edges of the pin will make the link stiff. Compare it to the other pins and match as required.
Question #2 These pins are single use, when you installed it it came with a rounded guide piece that you had to break off. Without that guide you will never get the pin through all those holes again. Buy a pack of replacement pins for your toolbox.
Every time you remove/replace a chain you weaken it. This is especially true with narrow chains of 10-11 speeds. You can buy removable links that allow you to remove and reattach a chain without the need of a pin.
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The 6701 chain has asymetrical inner and outer plates; the inner plate is shaped to optimize shifting in the rear while the outer plate is shaped to optimize shifting in the front.

The 6600 chain does not have the different inner and outer plates.

The 6701 chain is only recommended for doubles. If using a triple, Shimano state that a 6600 chain must be used.
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will work 6601 and 6701, but 6701 will be better, it must be correctly set, there are instructions in the manual
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Is this chain supplied with a quick link?

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Shimano chains are supplied with a snap pin for joining their chains.

If you wish to use a powerlink then you will need to purchase the item below.
 
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this chain with pin, but links from Clarks or SRAM work with it
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How many links for an Ultegra cassette

I am replacing my 105 11-27 10 speed cassette with an Ultegra 30 - 12 cassette. Will I need the 116 link Ultegra chain or the 114 link?
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The length of your chain is determined by numours factors.

Please see the link below which explains how to correctly measure your chain length.
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair...
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