Wolf Tooth Components Race Face Cinch Chainring for Shimano 12-Speed

Wolf Tooth Components Race Face Cinch Chainring for Shimano 12-Speed
Wolf Tooth Components Race Face Cinch Chainring for Shimano 12-Speed
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Race Face Cinch Chainring for Shimano 12-Speed by Wolf Tooth Components
If you have a Race Face Cinch crankset and are looking to run one of the new Shimano XTR, XT, or SLX drivetrains, look no further than Wolf Tooth's Race Face Cinch Chainring for Shimano 12-Speed. The Shimano Hyperglide+ 12-speed chains use a proprietary design that operates a bit differently than traditional chains, so they require a special chainring to work properly. Considering that Wolf Tooth has a long history of being problem solvers, they took the time to understand how the system works and designed a completely new tooth profile that provides optimal chain retention and durability. Now you can enjoy the quiet and smooth performance of the HG+ drivetrain combined with the legendary chain retention of Wolf Tooth chainrings.

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SKU: WFCA00M
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