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Experience the benefits of oval chainrings!
Oval rings have made a resurgence within the past few years and for good reason! Oval designs allow you put more consistent power to the ground rather than surging. If you are climbing technical terrain, you will notice the difference and the better traction that comes with smoother power. If you are converting to 1x or replacing a ring, be sure to consider this oval ring from Wolf Tooth.
Narrow/wide tooth profile.
Compatible with all 104 BCD cranks.
Compatible with M8 chainring bolts (no nuts required).
Compatible with 10, 11, and 12-speed chains.
32T (41g), 34T (48g), 36T (55g)
Please note: Riders with 9-speed drivetrains should upgrade to a 10-speed chain. A 10-speed chain with still shift great and will perform better with the Drop-Stop ring.
Typical Wolf Tooth quality.. I was a little sceptical at first and after riding on the elliptical chain ring, I am a convert.. The advantages subtle, noticeable differences are improved spinning / cadence, and climbing.. Highly recommended..
This chainring simplifies the process of keeping your chain on. I fitted to my triple ring shimano crank with some shorter bolts, shorter chain and a clutch derailleur. Feels great and not a whiff of dropping the chain! Heaps cheaper than a chain guide. I would class myself as an enduro style rider
I've been on about 12 or more rides and still haven't dropped a chain. I've tested the chain ring on long trail rides to DH runs on a very steep track with almost no peddaling and still no chain drop. Great product!
ProsEasy changeover, Good quality alloy, Haven't dropped a chain yet...even on downhill courses.
Does exactly what you need
Does exactly what you need it to....without a chain guide! Haven't dropped or even look like dropping my chain. Brilliant quality and engineering. Highly recommend this for those wanting to go single chain ring. Only thing is you have to get used to the silence as you pedal without chain rub!
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