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Shimano XTR SM-CRM95 1x Chainring
Shimano XTR has long been one of the highest performing mountain bike groups and Shimano has stepped it up once again with the XTR SM-CRM95 chainring. As the newest generation of Shimano XTR components, the SM-CRM95 features better chain engagement, with Shimano's Dynamic Chain Angagement+ technology. You'll get greater chain retention and a unique gear tooth profile, specific to mountain biking. The latest design provides an even smoother, more responsive drivetrain, even when the trail gets rough and bumpy.
Dynamic Chain Engagement+ technology provides more chain retention and smoother pedaling
Smoother drivetrain even when the trail is bumpy
Works with 12-speed setups and also works with 11-speed
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