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SRAM CX1 X-Sync Chainring 38 Tooth
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CX1 X-Sync Chainring

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By combining tall square teeth and sharp narrow teeth, X-Sync chainrings provide the performance needed for SRAM's 1 x 11 'cross group. The tall teeth engage the chain earlier than a traditionally shaped chainring, and the narrow teeth help manage deflected chains, especially when paired with this chainrings chamfered edges. Made with the durability needed to stand up to the rigors of cyclocross racing, and with mud clearing recesses to help keep your chain clean, these chainrings are key to SRAM's cyclocross oriented CX1 group.

SRAM CX1 X-Sync Chainrings are available in sizes 38T (68g), 40T (73g), 42T (75g), 44T (85g), and 46T (98g). 110 BCD. Compatible with Quarq power meters.

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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

38 Tooth

Weight: 68 grams

Mfg PartNum: 11.6218.015.000 

40 Tooth

Weight: 73 grams

Mfg PartNum: 11.6218.015.001 

42 Tooth

Weight: 75 grams

Mfg PartNum: 11.6218.015.002 

44 Tooth

Weight: 85 grams

Mfg PartNum: 11.6218.015.003 

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Works fine, installation challenging
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by Paul
DC
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This chainring works fine with my SRAM 1x drivetrain but was a pain to install on my Force hidden- bolt crankset. The internet offers how-to tips on removing and re-installing the spider, but the process isnt self-evident if youre used to working with traditional bolt-on chainrings. SRAMs packaging includes no instructions.

Reviewed 2/27/2020
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Great single chainring
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by Ken

I run a 1 x 9 on a city bike works great!

Reviewed 10/31/2020
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lose your front shifter!
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by Marshall
Competitive Racer
Stanwood, WA

Both chainrings on the 2010 cross bike were toast, so installed this to convert to a 1X. Outstanding! Never drops off the chainring from 10 to 32 tooth cogs, ever. Love the 1X systems, for cross or gravel-grinder it's the tool of choice.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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