Wolf Tooth 110 BCD Cyclocross Chainring
Wolf Tooth chainrings are made in the USA from 7075 aluminum and feature Wolf Tooth's signature Drop-Stop tooth design that is intended to resist chain drop when used with a 1x drivetrain. No more dropped chains and the pure simplicity of a 1x drivetrain is made possible with these well built, reliable rings. Convert your current set up or simply upgrade your existing 1x ring, you won't be disappointed.
110 mm BCD chainrings to fit standard cranks with 5 bolt, 110 mm spiders. Does not fit Shimano DA 9000 / Ultegra 6800 cranksets. Strongly recommend a 10 or 11 speed chain. If using a 9 speed drivetrain, plan to use a 10 speed chain (it will shift fine), as the 9 speed chain fits too loosely on the ring.
Note on mud (from Wolf Tooth): Wide/narrow chainrings do no work well in heavy mud (Wolf Tooth or any other brand) if you plan to ride in very muddy conditions, we recommend a chainguide or chainkeeper and clutch-type rear derailleur! Without these precautions, you may experience chaindrops and/or chainsuck.
- 110 BCD
- Made in the USA from 7075 aluminum
- Drop-Stop tooth design resists chain drop
- 9, 10, 11 speed compatitible (use 10 speed chain with 9 speed drivetrain)
- Claimed weight: 36t - 58g, 38t - 66g, 40t - 74g, 42t - 81g, 44t - 90g
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