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Shimano
XTR FC-M9100 Crankarms

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SHIMANO XTR FC-M9100-1 crank

The SHIMANO XTR FC-M9100-1 crank features entirely new construction, using direct mount chainrings, special gear tooth profile for improved chain retention, and a narrow 162mm Q-factor. The FC-M9100-1 uses a 52mm chain line and can be converted between 1x12 and 2x12, with 30, 32, 34, 36, and 38T chainrings available. On offer are 165, 170, and 175mm crank arms.

Features:

  • Special gear teeth profile designed for MTB riding usage
  • Crankset can be used as a common component
  • Smoother driving even over bumpy terrain
  • Lighter and stiffer design & easily exchangeable chainring by direct mount and one key release
  • Exchangeable of single and double chainring by direct mount
  • Q-factor: 162 mm
  • Chainline: 52 mm

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    Model Number: FC-M9100-1 

     

    Series: XTR M9100 Series 

     

    Weight: 551 g (38T), 543 g (36T), 544 g (34T), 531 g (32T), 528 g (30T) 

     

    Chainline: 52 mm

     

    Chain ring combination: 30T, 32T, 34T, 36T, 38T 

     

    BB Compatibilty: Outboard 

     

    Compatible chain: CN-M9100 

     

    Crank Arm Length: 165 mm, 170 mm, 175 mm 

     

    Gear arms: 

     

    P.C.D.: Direct 

     

    Rear Speeds: 12 

     

    Threaded BB Shell Width: 68 mm, 73 mm 

     

    Q Factor: 162 mm

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