Shimano SLX SM-CRM75 Direct-Mount Chainring

Shimano SLX SM-CRM75 Direct-Mount Chainring
Shimano SLX SM-CRM75 Direct-Mount Chainring
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SLX SM-CRM75 Direct-Mount Chainring by Shimano
Shimano's revision to its mountain drivetrain extends to its new SLX 12speed series. This Direct-Mount Chainring allows you to customize your gearing to best suit the terrain wherever you ride. The durable aluminum chainring utilizes Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement to ensure the chain stays firmly on the ring, meaning smoother shifting and all but eliminating dropped chains.

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SKU: SHIU192
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