Wolf Tooth Direct Mount for SRAM GXP
These Direct Mount chainrings for SRAM GXP cranks bring a touch of class to your 1x game. This will replace you existing chainring and spider, which is attached via 3 bolts on the back side of the spider near the spindle. You will use these same 3 bolts to attach the new ring.
SDM (SRAM Direct Mount) chainrings fit on SRAM S2200, S2210, X9, X0, X01, XX1, Truvativ AKA Cranksets (GXP version) only. Newer S1400 (or X7) cranksets with removable spiders will work with SDM rings. Older versions of these cranksets may not have removable spiders. If the crankarm and the spider are all made from the same piece of aluminum it is not removable. These rings are not compatible with BB30 SRAM cranksets, as the chainline is different.
These can also be used on a BB30 / PF30 long spindle crankset, see product photo for explanation. This SDM ring is dished in ~6mm, whereas the BB30 short spindle ring is flat.
All chainrings feature Wolf Tooth's signature Drop-Stop tooth design and are made in the USA from 7075 Aluminum.
- Chainline: 50mm
- CNC machined in the USA
- Compatible with 9, 10, or 11 speed drivetrains (use 10 speed chain for 9 speed cassette)
- Drop-Stop drop-resistant tooth design
- Weight: 26t - 53g, 28t - 60g, 30t - 68g, 32t - 74g, 34t - 83g, 36t - 90g
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