Product DescriptionChromag MTB Chainring. Chainrings - MTB. Chromag chainrings are CNC machined from 7075 alloy plate for ultimate durability and strength. Our unique tall-tooth profile is specifically designed for singlespeed with positive engagement and fewer dropped chains. The 4mm thick design and CN ....
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