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Set Your Transmission Free w/ New WTC Chainrings for Race Face & SRAM 3-Bolt

WTC Race Face Direct Mount transmission chainring
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Want the new SRAM Transmission, but don’t want to buy a new crankset? It was only a matter of time before brands started offering different T-Type compatible chainrings, and not surprisingly, Wolf Tooth Components has stepped up to the plate.

Race Face Cinch

For their Race Face models, WTC took their existing Cinch direct mount rings and updated them for T-Type. That means designing them for the new 55mm chainline, and adding their Drop-Stop B tooth profile that is optimized for T-Type chains.

The Race Face Cinch T-Type rings will be offered in 32, 34, and 36t round rings, and 32, and 34t oval rings.

SRAM 3-Bolt Direct Mount

Since all of the SRAM Transmission chainrings use the newer 8-bolt mounting pattern, WTC is also making 3-bolt chainrings for SRAM’s own cranksets. That, or any other crank that uses the older 3-bolt direct mount pattern.

These rings will be offered in 30, 32, 34, and 36t round, and 30, 32, and 34t oval options.

And if you have any questions about what exact chainring you need to install a new SRAM drivetrain on your bike, WTC put together this handy guide.

wolftoothcomponents.com

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Joel Ulrich
Joel Ulrich
7 months ago

yes, but still waiting for the 3-bolt round 34T 0mm offset for transmission..

Alan
Alan
7 months ago

I know SRAM didn’t design the new T-type transmission to handle a 28T ring. Too bad as that works so well in my area (yes, with a 52t cog). Anyone know why they don’t accommodate it?

steve
steve
7 months ago
Reply to  Alan

Where have you read it wont work with a 28T ring?

Deputy Dawg
Deputy Dawg
7 months ago

Sweetness!

ChrisP
ChrisP
7 months ago

The GX transmission looks like a great mix of cost/performance…but the cranks were HEAVY…this could be the solution!

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