SRAM X-Sync Road Chainring

SRAM X-Sync Road Chainring
SRAM X-Sync Road Chainring
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X-Sync Road Chainring by SRAM
One-by systems call for a unique spin on tooth profiles, as chain retention is of the utmost importance, and SRAM's X-Sync Road Chainring ticks the boxes for us. X-Sync's teeth engage the chain earlier on each rotation for control, so the chain doesn't wander off.

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SKU: SRM00GK
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