Works Components Thick/Thin chainrings

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  • Hicksy
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    Has anyone been using them? Any good?

    Thanks.

    Yup been using mine a while. It’s perfect silent and not dropped a chain.

    pixelmix
    Member

    Running one on my XC hardtail – 1×10 with an XT clutch rear mech. Only used for a few rides so far but no issues yet.

    svalgis
    Member

    No, [url=https://www.google.se/search?q=site%3Asingletrackworld.com+narrow+wide&oq=site%3A&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j69i58j69i59l3j69i61.1714j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8]no one[/url]

    mmel
    Member

    I’ve got a 32 tooth ring. Only used it in anger once but it did it’s job perfectly well, married to a 11-36 cassette and a shadow+ mech. Not a hint of chain drop.

    Rorschach
    Member

    I replied to one of those ……and he did’nt believe me!So I’m keeping schtum this time.

    poonprice
    Member

    Plenty on here with them..

    I’ve got one and seems good so far only a few rides in tho. I have noticed it seems to pickup and hold leaves between chainring and chain. This could be same with all narrow/wide/thick/thin chainrings tho. I coupled mine with zee clutch mech and hope bash guard.

    Premier Icon oxym0r0n
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    A few moths now – all good so far

    Hicksy
    Member

    That was quick – thank you all. Yep, should have done a search really -oops!

    Premier Icon butlerjamesp
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    Does anyone have an idea where i might be able to procure a 120bcd version of these ‘rings? Wolftooth seem to only be in the USA.

    Stevelol
    Member

    Had my first ride with mine today along with a new short cage type 2 x9 mech.

    I had no chain drops during my normal ride which featured all the usual exciting trail features.

    BUT at the end of the ride my bike was extremely muddy and I did actually drop the chain whilst just pedalling along. I thought this might happen and it’s not specific to the Works ring, I think it’s a general drawback of this setup with no chainguide.

    Premier Icon butlerjamesp
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    where do you buy them from though?

    Premier Icon butlerjamesp
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    they only do a 104bcd 🙁

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