Shimano XTR Chainring

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $88.99

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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by jman a Cross Country Rider from Raleigh

Date Reviewed: August 30, 2006

Strengths:    very light weight....

Weaknesses:    wears out quickly!!!

Bottom Line:   
Unless you are racing.....Or you're just looking for the Bling factor... Stick with XT.

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Favorite Trail:   Harris lake

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $64.00

Similar Products Used:   Race Face....Shimano XT

Bike Setup:   Stumpy S-Works

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Shimano Saint / XTR Reservoir Gold Plate

Today i got in a set of new Saints............... [IMG][/IMG] I was Figuring it out.and came up with something i had not payed attention to till now............... I Found out unlike the XT / SLX / doesnt have any res ... Read More »

Chainring 42t shimano xt m-780 is compatible with crankset xtr m-980

Hello , the big crankset 42 t shiamno xt m-780 is compatible with crabkset xtr m-980?? This link sets that are compatible with m-660 m-770 m-980 [url=]Shimano XT FCM780 Triple Chainring | Chain Reaction Cycles[/url]Read More »

Xo? Xx1? Xtr?

A little silly- But, hopped on my GF bike and bounced around a little. It's set up with XO 9sp After a few miles….I'm convinced that it shifts real, real nice actually freakishly?. Is there anybody who's run XO in 9/10/11 variants and maybe XTR 10sp and could comment on 11 SRAM or 10 XT ... Read More »

XTR 9000 and 1x10

Does anyone know if xtr 9000 rear deraileur will work on a 1x10 wolftooth 40t with 10spd xtr shifter? I was thinking of giving it a try to get better shifting performance.Read More »


Have to make a decision. In a quandary as to whether to go SRAM XX1 or XTR on a new build. (I've had both). The clutch system on the SRAM may be an issue. It does seem to get noisy and adjustments (from what I hear) are not supposed to be done by users. I've read about the method to fix the pr ... Read More »

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