North Shore Billet Direct Mount Chainring
North Shore Billet 1x10 Direct Mount chainrings have arrived! These beautifully machined spider-less chainrings not only save weight but they are much more durable than stock chainrings. This spider-less chainring allows you to completely remove the stock spider that comes on any SRAM X.9 and X.0 Crankset with GXP bottom bracket. Running a spider-less chaining and a 1X setup in front can save up to an approximate amount of ¾ of a pound, That’s huge! Machined from durable 7075 T6 aluminum, the 1x10 Direct Mount is super strong. This chainring is also made to be thicker than the stock chainring so there is a longer wear life and added stiffness. This means you chainring will last you longer, so more bang for your buck! These chainrings are perfect for any 1x10 setup using SRAM X.9 or X.0 cranksets. You can reduce weight and increase stability in your one by set up.
North Shore Billet Direct Mount Chainring Features
- 1x10 Direct Mount
- Only compatible with SRAM X9 & X0 cranksets that use a GXP BB
- Chainline: 47mm from the bottom bracket center
- Machined from Durable 7075 T6 aluminum
- Anodized & Laser Etcher Graphics
- No more Front Derailleur or Shifter!
- Longer wear life due to thicker chainring
- Weight:27T - 65grams / 36T - 120grams
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