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Chainring Gravel / CX / Road BCD110

Alu,5-Bolt, 40-52 Teeth, black
Producer: Wolf Tooth
Chainring Gravel / CX / Road  BCD110 40 Teeth
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40 Teeth
Stock
CHF 89.00 CHF 96.00 (CHF 96.00 / 96.00)
+ shipping costs
Chainring Gravel / CX / Road  BCD110 44 Teeth
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44 Teeth
Stock
CHF 89.00 CHF 96.00 (CHF 96.00 / 96.00)
+ shipping costs

Description

Wolf Tooth was first to market with Cyclocross 1x specific chainrings because we saw Cyclocross as the perfect use for our Drop-Stop® technology. Since their release, the uses for these rings has expanded beyond Cyclocross to commuting, gravel riding, mountain bikes with 5-arm crank power meters, and even full on-road applications with the giant 50t rings.

Tech Specs

Weight: 42t • 81g | 46t • 107g | 48t • 115g | 50t • 125g | 52t • 135g
Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
Made in the USA

Compatibility

  • These rings are for use with 110 BCD 5 arm crankset
  • Stock 2x bolts will not work. You will need bolts like our 6mm bolts which are optimized for single ring mounting.
  • Chain Compatibility:
    • 9, 10, 11, & 12spd Eagle - These chainrings are designed to work with all 9 speed, 10 speed, and 11 speed chains. They also work with 12 speed Eagle and 12 speed KMC chain. They do not work with Shimano 12 speed Hyperglide+ chain or SRAM 12 speed Flattop chain.
    • 10, 11, & 12spd Eagle and Flattop - These chainrings are designed to work with all 10 speed, and 11 speed chains. They also work with 12 speed SRAM Flattop, SRAM Eagle and KMC chain. They do not work with Shimano 12 speed Hyperglide+ chain.
    • Shimano 12-speed chains require the use of our Shimano 12-speed specific chainrings.
    • If using a 9-speed drivetrain use a 10-speed chain. It fits tighter for better chain retention

  • Chainline - varies - these rings can be mounted in either the big or small ring position on a double cranksets. The most common mounting is in the big ring position because of chainstay clearance. The ring centerline is ~2mm from the ring's mounting face so they usually sit about 2mm closer to the frame than the stock big ring (depends on the stock ring)