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  • SRAM - Powerglide Road Chainring - 10-Speed - Black
  • SRAM - Powerglide Road Chainring - 10-Speed - Black
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SRAM Powerglide Road Chainring - 10-Speed

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$21.11 - $27.51 $47.43

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    • Black, 46T, V1, 130 BCD
      sale $27.51
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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    7075 -T6 alloy
    Teeth:
    34 - 46
    Bolt Circle Diameter:
    110 - 130 mm
    Compatible Components:
    10-speed drivetrains
    Recommended Use:
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    Prepare for 'cross.

    SRAM offers its Inner Chainring, ideal for both road and 'cross riding, in myriad sizes to humor our impulses and account for whatever a given race throws our way.

    This ring is stamped from 7075-T6 alloy, a string of numbers and letters that is really just a funny way to spell "gear that will last." It gets the SRAM/TruVativ machining and coining treatment for precise shifting and the alloy is strain-hardened for virtual invincibility.

    The SRAM Inner Chainring - Road is available in 110 or 130 millimeter BCD (Bolt Circle Diameter) with 34, 36, 38, 39, 42, or 46 teeth. Please note that this ring is only 10-speed compatible.

    Road Rings

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have an older Specialized Tarmac with these rings. Replaced chain, and cassette then started to experience chain suck downshifting from big to little ring. Wanted to replace both rings but unable to find big ring. SRAM has no tech support; they direct you to the dealers. Dealers won't reply. Backcountry told me they weren't available but didn't suggest an alternative. Guess I'm supposed to take it to a shop.

    Great price, not the best shifting.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these rings to be nice budget rings on a cross bike. The shifting performance is not the best, and you have to make sure that you use Sram's recommended ring combos. There are certain sizes that are specifically designed to be used together so that shift ramps line up correctly. Even when you have the appropriate set up, it seems these rings still do not shift quite as well as the new 11 speed groups out there.

    SRAM

    Chainring Chart
    24mm spindle - GXP or PF GXP Bottom Bracket
    If you have this crankset and chainring combinationReplace the spider and chainring with the following Direct Mount X-Sync chainring
    XX1 Any chainring size 6mm offset
    X01
    X0
    X9
    X1 Any chainring size
    Bolt-on spider cranks only
    30mm spindle - BB30 or PF30 Bottom Bracket
    If you have this crankset and chainring combinationReplace the spider and chainring with the following Direct Mount X-Sync chainring
    XX1 Any chainring size Zero offset
    X01
    X0 41/33/22
    42/28
    39/26
    38/24 6mm offset
    36/22
    34/22
    X9 44/33/22 Zero offset
    42/28
    39/26
    38/24 6mm offset
    36/22
    34/22
    X1 Any chainring size
    Bolt-on spider cranks only
    Zero offset