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Wolf Tooth Components adds more Boost, Cyclocross and 1x road chainrings, round and oval

oval chainring for Shimano XTR M9000 and M9020 mountain bike cranksets
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oval chainring for Shimano XTR M9000 and M9020 mountain bike cranksets

If you’re looking to upgrade your chainrings, switch to an oval shape, or just need to change the tooth counts, Wolf Tooth Components has a bigger selection than ever. They just announced new sizes, Boost options and more versions of their chainrings for Race Face, Shimano and SRAM cranksets, plus several for standard 110bcd bolt patterns, covering everything from road to cyclocross and gravel to mountain bike. The narrow-wide tooth profile works with 9, 10, 11 and 12 speed (yes, SRAM Eagle), with some (like the XTR M9000 compatible oval chainring shown above) having the mounting threads machined directly into the chainring so you don’t have to fiddle with nuts. Shift on down for the overview of everything that’s new…

More details and full size ranges for each offering on their website.

WolfToothComponents.com

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Nastran
Nastran
5 years ago

So many standards for chainring mounts nowadays, it’s not the way things should evolve…

ed
ed
5 years ago
Reply to  Nastran

The are not evolving they are devolving…

Keith R
5 years ago

Or REvolving…

dustytires
5 years ago

Dunno what ya’lls whining about, try to put a Toyota part on a Nissan etc. With the vast variety of sock designs in my house, I cannot even mix my socks like I could back in the day when all white gym socks felt and looked the same, and I didn’t even have to match designs. I think we should go back to white tube socks for faster laundry room chores.

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