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Wide/Narrow Tooth Design For Maximum Chain Control
The SRAM Red/Force X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring features a wide-tooth/narrow-tooth design for maximum chain control. This unique chainring design keeps the chain on the chainring, even in bumpy situations in high gears (when the chain is most slack). Combined with a SRAM Force or Red clutch derailleur, and your 1x setup will be unstoppable.
Compared to the SRAM Rival X-SYNC chainring, The Red/Force version is made of lighter and stronger aluminum.
- Optimal for SRAM Red/Force 1x drivetrains
- SRAM X-SYNC wide-tooth/narrow-tooth chainring technology provides maximum chain control
- Laser-etched chainring finish is more durable though all the elements
- X-Range gearing technology gives you more range and a smoother gear progression, so you're always in the right gear
- Direct Mount Type: 8-Bolt Direct Mount SRAM
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