OneUp 94/96 BCD Round Chainrings

OneUp Components

37.95 $ 46.95
SKU: TAH2OU2200

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OneUp your SRAM 94mm or Shimano 96mm BCD Crank with OneUp's tried and tested Narrow Wide profile Chainring. 

  • Subtly slotted bolt holes allow for a perfect fit with both 94 and 96 BCD symmetrical crank arms
    • Narrow Wide tooth profile eliminates chain drop with the perfect chain mesh fit
      • Perfect 49mm chainline with 2mm Shims included for a quieter drivetrain, improved chainring wear, and best no drop performance available
        • Reuse your existing 8-10mm long-ring hardware. No new bolt packs required
          • Aggressive crud chamfers for awesome mud shedding performance and extended ring life
            • Reinforced wide-tooth design provides maximum ring durability when run without a bash-guard
              • Made from hard wearing 7075-T6 aluminum plate

                 *Shims - Included with Rings

                  • For 2x Crank Conversions; shims between the crank and ring get you back to an ideal 49-50mm chain-line
                  • For 3x Crank Conversions; shims under the bolt heads allow reuse of your 3x hardware

                SPECS:

                • Ring Type: Single (anti-chain drop)
                • armxBCD: 4x94/96mm
                • Chainline: 49mm
                • Color: Black
                • Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
                • Compatibility: 9, 10, 11, and 12 Speed SRAM Chains, allowing a 1X set up on most any drive train (not compatible with 12 Speed XTR Chains)
                • Weight: 43g (30t), 49g (32t), 58g (34t)

                If your Shimano 3x Crank has a 30t middle ring this is the 1x ring you need!  

                *Fits all Symmetrical 4 arm 94mm BCD Cranks (SRAM  XO1, X1, GX), all Symmetrical 4 arm 96mm BCD Cranks (Shimano Compact Triple M782, M672, M622, M612)

                TIP:

                • SRAM chainrings usually have the BCD laser etched on the back of the ring
                • Shimano crank part numbers are usually laser etched on the pedal end of the crank on the back face