Shimano Deore FC-M5100-1 96 BCD Asymmetric Chainring

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Description

Replacement rings for your Shimano 1x11 M8000 (XT) series cranks. With a combination of Shimano's tooth profile and durable materials, the CRM81 rings were designed for great chain retention and longevity. Choose from either 30, 32, or 34T versions.    

Who's this item for: Riders with M8000 cranks that are looking for a genuine Shimano replacement chianring.

Compatibility: With Shimano M8000-1 (XT 1x11) cranks only.  96mm PCD.

Pros: Decent range of tooth options. Works for 10 and 11 speed setups. Great quality.

Cons: No oval options

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    4.5

    30 Tooth chainring

    by

    Another great product from Shimano, I changed from a 32 tooth oval ring because I basically have chicken legs compared to the guys I ride with, the 30 tooth helps on the climbs and it fits perfectly onto my XT cranks.
    I highly recommend this chainring

    Quality fit and finish.

    by -

    Fit and finish means it truly is an easy bolt togther change with no fuss. Slightly taper-shouldered screws also mean it's pretty much self aligning. I fitted this in a 30T (changing from 32T) to try and get better climb performance out of a 11-42 11-speed XT M8000 cassette on a 29er hardtail. While the climb gears do become easier - it's worth noting that the gear increments feel a lot larger when changing gears in the mid-range and drive gears. Consider the 11-46 cassette instead if looking to resolve a similar issue.

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    30 Tooth chainring

    by

    Another great product from Shimano, I changed from a 32 tooth oval ring because I basically have chicken legs compared to the guys I ride with, the 30 tooth helps on the climbs and it fits perfectly onto my XT cranks.
    I highly recommend this chainring

    Quality fit and finish.

    by -

    Fit and finish means it truly is an easy bolt togther change with no fuss. Slightly taper-shouldered screws also mean it's pretty much self aligning. I fitted this in a 30T (changing from 32T) to try and get better climb performance out of a 11-42 11-speed XT M8000 cassette on a 29er hardtail. While the climb gears do become easier - it's worth noting that the gear increments feel a lot larger when changing gears in the mid-range and drive gears. Consider the 11-46 cassette instead if looking to resolve a similar issue.

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    ItemBarcode
    Shimano Deore FC-M5100-1 96 BCD Asymmetric ChainringSHMXTCRM81RNG
    Black - 96 BCD - Shimano Asymmetrical - Round - 30T4550170765422
    Black - Grey - 96 BCD - Shimano Asymmetrical - Round - 30T4524667393238
    Black - Grey - 96 BCD - Shimano Asymmetrical - Round - 32T4524667393221
    Black - Grey - 96 BCD - Shimano Asymmetrical - Round - 34T4524667393214

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