Wolf Tooth Components. XX1 type chainring
Might have to just take the corner off the tabs not sure until i fit it.
I’ve also got an Andersen 30t for 104 and that needed a couple of minutes work on the tabs with a file.Posted 4 years ago
Side profile of the Andersen.
Yeah I found the online store 😀
Is this it though?
It looks like the spiderless one has the machined teeth but the 104 BCD just looks like a standard chainring.Posted 4 years ago
Just recieved this from http://wolftoothcomponents.com/ .
It’s a 30T to fit a standard 104BCD and it has the new tooth profile to help keep the chain on without a guide.
I’ll see how well it works when my new frame arrives next week and i can get building.Posted 4 years ago
Just put a chain round it and it does seem to lock it on there quite well.
Been waiting on a Works one and seeing their new picture on the fb page i really am set on one but dont want to wait forever….
The Wolf one looks OK, not sure about that price though, especially if customs get hold of it?
Good to have options though…. XX1 pricing is out of my range.
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Are Works doing a 30T version?
Oh what are these customs you speak of?
Looks on their fb page like plenty have asked them – they say they are looking into it but i would think that means more delays (i am after larger than 30t though so this wont trouble me)
I got shafted by customs last time i purchased some parts from the USA – added £18 to the cost 🙁 – luck of the draw?Posted 4 years ago
still is stupid for a cog ffs
Don’t buy one then.
Problem solved. 🙂
As njee pointed out it’s a fair bit cheaper than XX.
Oh and if i could get the same thing a little cheaper I’d jump at it.But right now this is my only option for a 30t 104 XX style ring so the price seems fair enough.
i don’t have one or need one
Problem solved again. 🙂Posted 4 years agojimificationMember
Dumb question as I haven’t seen these before, do you not get issues with the chain sticking still at the bottom of the stroke? Like chain suck?
I think that’s a good question…I can’t remember ever getting chainsuck on a 32T chainring but maybe the tight fit of the teeth could exacerbate chainsuck in very muddy conditions?Posted 4 years agojohnellisonMember
Its a wear and tear item that will wear pretty quickly if alu and you ride somewhere remotely wet and gritty
Depends what grade of aluminium. If it’s something cheesy like 1000 series then yes; if it’s 7075/Duralumin unlikely.
Renthal have been making 7075-T6 aluminium motocross sprockets for years – the contact surfaces work-harden, so they actually wear less the older they get.Posted 4 years ago
$100 is a bit steep for a ring but it is a ‘new’ thing right now…. My perspective is that it’s a game with customs too, I know stu escaped them but i didn’t last time…..
Though did people miss the part where I said the works ones will be £35-40, that’s about the same as a renthal or similar – no brainier in my eyes until raceface and e13 get involved, then the choice gets tougher.
Edit- unless you need 30t in which case it’s not a common easy thing so is bound to be more expensive.Posted 4 years ago
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