- What chainring for 1×10?
Middle is the standard position, but the tabs are the same for most (all?) chainsets so if it fits the middle it’ll almost certainly fit the other and vice versa.
Works Components get my vote for chainring- the thick/thin profile is 100% worthwhile, and the price is good. Raceface and others make them too though I’ve only tried Works.Posted 4 years agoCheesybeanZSubscriber
works components , alternating thickness/height . no need for a chain device .
# beaten to it by 12 seconds 🙂Posted 4 years agoextremoMember
Goldtec’s new thick thin offering
and the facebook pagePosted 4 years ago
IT'S HEREThe new goldtec TT ring featuring thick thin farming technology10 SPEED and 9 SPEEDAvailable in 34T and 36TLimited first edition run in goldtec gold£43.99crankriderMember
Good to see Goldtec getting in on the act too..
I have a Works version and its been awesome so far.
Easily available fromt he UK:
Thoughts – Goldtec one looks naff and more expensive than both but will be well made, RF one available in pretty colours, looks good. Works one is cheapest and looks good but a weeks wait for one… take your choice!Posted 4 years agoallthepiesMember
I use an on-one unramped stainless chainring
No fancy tooth profile etc so chainguard advised.Posted 4 years ago
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