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  • 3mm or 6mm chainring offset? Aaarrrgghh!
  • If I want to replace the standard GX Eagle 32t Chainring on my Orbea Rallon (Boost Rear end) with another 32t GX Eagle Chainring do I need 3mm offset or 6mm offset?

    Can’t seem to find a clear answer anywhere….

    Does it not say on the chairing?

    Premier Icon bungalistic
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    Pretty sure 3mm is boost while 6mm is non-boost, but what onehundrethidiot says it should say on the GX chainring

    hollyboni
    Member

    Yup, 3mm is boost, 6mm is non boost. (Pretty logical)

    Good shops usually list this info.

    https://www.bike-components.de/en/SRAM/X-Sync-2-Direct-Mount-Boost-Chainring-for-X01-Eagle-XX1-Eagle-p49611/

    Premier Icon Sir HC
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    3mm is boost, 6mm is non boost.

    I have a boost frame, but am running non boost wheels, but with a non-boost chainring to keep the chainline sensible.

    Cheers guys. I thought that my chainring didn’t have it on for some reason but after some scrubbing there it was in tiny writing – 3mm!

    Thanks

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