Spot Single Speed Chainring

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MSRP : $39.99

Product Description

Spot Brand rings have no ramps or pinsToThrowThe chain - just a nicely finished 7075 aluminum ring with a durable hard-anodized finish. Designed for single ring applications No ramps or shift gates

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