Salsa Cycles 5 Bolt Chainring

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Salsa Chainrings are CNC-machined from 7075-T6 aluminum.These non-ramped and pinned chainrings are perfect for singlespeed use and equally valid for multiple chainring setups, if you canTolerate slightly slower front shifting. * CNC-machined 7075-T6 aluminum * 5Through 9-speed compatible chainrings * All popular mountain and road sizes * Excellent replacements for older rings * No frills, no B.S. Perfect for good, clean, singlespeed fun

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