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Wolf Tooth adds Larger, Lighter, Cheaper Aero Chainrings for SRAM

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If you’ve gone 1x for road or gravel, the new Wolf Tooth Aero Chainrings give you a sleek way to drop a little drag with SRAM cranksets.

Already available for Shimano GRX, these new versions fit SRAM’s 8-bolt direct mount cranks and Quarq Power Meter Spiders with 107 BCD. Depending on your setup, they’re offered in 46, 48, 50, and 52 tooth counts.

closeup details of wolf tooth components aero chainring for sram cranks

All are machined with 7075-T6 aluminum at Wolf Tooth’s HQ (check out our factory tour here) in Minnesota, USA. They’re optimized for SRAM Eagle, Flattop, and T-Type/Transmission chains, but also compatible with most 9/10/11-speed chains plus 12-speed chains from KMC, Connex, Wippermann and Campagnolo.

chain management closeup on wolf tooth components aero chainring

All sizes feature their DropStop narrow-wide tooth profile, but you can pair it with their Lone Wolf chain guides.

wolf tooth components aero chainring options for sram cranks

The 8-bolt aero chainrings start at $119.95 and weigh as little as 133g. The four-bolt 107BCD models for power meters are also $119.95 and weigh as little as 121g. If you’re keeping track, that’s about half the price and lots lighter than SRAM’s 1x aero chainring offerings.

Available for pre-order now, shipping by June 14. Not concerned with aerodynamics? They still offer replacement 1x chainrings for 8-bolt direct mount cranks in 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, and 44 tooth sizes, too.

WolfToothComponents.com

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Rob
Rob
12 days ago

Dear Wolf Tooth,

Please make these sizes that screw onto the XXSL power meter so we can use that on gravel and road cranks.

Thank you in advance.

Chris
Chris
12 days ago
Reply to  Rob

Why exactly? Genuinely curious

mgs
mgs
12 days ago
Reply to  Chris

Me too, as I don’t think they make XXSL with a spindle short enough to work on a road/gravel frame. I run the XXSL cassette and derailleur on my Seigla with a red crank with 42 tooth ring, spins out at over 40mph.

Rob
Rob
12 days ago
Reply to  mgs

Just the 8 bolt power meter. Because it’s lighter, easier to clean and the current 107 bcd and other Quarq’s may go obsolete so I’d rather not buy a 107 bcd power meter. It would also then be swappable between three different bikes if needed.

seraph
11 days ago

I’m hoping/waiting for the smaller sizes. I run a 40t on my gravel bike and would love to have an aero ring on there.

Andrew
Andrew
14 hours ago
Reply to  seraph

Me too- I’d love a 44T option

jdog
jdog
10 days ago

Also.. Please bring back the Camo for Cannondale AI direct Mount. Cannondale has stopped making Ai Chainrings…

Dustin
Dustin
9 days ago
Reply to  jdog

Does FSA make anything in the size you need?

MJC
MJC
8 days ago

The paint job in the first picture looks cool. Anyone know where that was taken? Any pics of the complete bike? Thanks!

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