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SRAM X-Sync Steel Direct Mount Chainring

SRAM X-Sync Steel Direct Mount Chainring

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SRAM 11-12 Speed 3mm Boost 32T Round Direct Mount Grey Steel
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3mm Boost
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28T
11-12 Speed

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Steel
3mm Boost
SRAM
Direct Mount
Round
30T
11-12 Speed

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SRAM
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32T
11-12 Speed

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Description

Genuine, budget replacement chainrings for SRAM direct mount compatible cranks.

By making the chainring from steel, SRAM were able to bring the price of their X-Sync technology down to a whole new level. As a bonus, these also last substantially longer than the alumium chainrings, they do weight a bit more though.

Works great for 10 or 11 speed.

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  • Matthew J.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    11 months ago
    SRAM Chainring

    Simple swap out with the old, worn unit. Definitely worth replacing if you’re considering replacing/servicing the drivetrain. Footnote: I had the dreaded creak. I replaced the bottom bracket, chain, and cassette. I even serviced the pedals. Turns out the chain was catching on the old chainring and slapping down on the chain guard.

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