Gamut USA Race Rings Chainring

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Product Description

Gamut Race Rings: Gamut Downhill Race Rings are available in single tooth increments of hard anodized AL-7075. Race Rings weigh just 40 grams and can be used on any 4-bolt 104 bcd crankset. Hard Anodized AL-7075/T6.

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