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OneUp ComponentsSwitch Carrier

$23.00

Item # OUC0008

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Item # OUC0008
Description

Switch Carrier

The OneUp Components Switch Carrier was developed to diminish the cost of replacement chainrings, enhance compatibility with new offsets, and to speed up and simplify the process of changing your chainring. Forged from light, strong 7075-T6 aluminum, the Switch Carrier lets you tailor your gearing to the terrain that you're riding in a pinch—replace your ring in less than a minute with just a 4mm hex key. It doesn't require you to remove a crank, spider, or carry multiple tools with you to make a simple gear change.

  • Inexpensive quick-chain direct mounting system
  • Tough yet light 7075-T6 aluminum holds up against abuse
  • Unique ring to spider interface makes easy and quick replacement
  • Single-tool removal and replacement simplifies your day

Tech Specs
Material7075-T6 aluminum
Number of Rings1
Teeth28t, 30t, 32t, 34t, 36t
Recommended Usemountain
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, Race Face, Cinch Boost
35g
1.23oz
Black, Race Face, Cinch
33g
1.16oz
Black, SRAM, Boost, (3mm)
37g
1.31oz
Black, SRAM, (6mm)
31g
1.09oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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69g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Are the 4 holes 96mm or 104mm? I have Sram dub bb and 142mm 11speed rear, what size would i need?

Hey Kevin, great question, thank you for asking! The OneUp Switch Carrier is optimized to work with a Race Face Cinch Crank Arm, so you will likely need to find some other updates to your gear to make this work, with your current setup. Please feel free to email me directly at krakowski@competitivecyclist.com if you have any further questions! All the Best - Gearhead Kaylee

>Rating: 5

Simple Yet Genius

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I started using the OneUp Switch system to acquire the proper chain line on my SuperBoost bike with SRAM crankset. After using it for about 8 months on my trail bike, I bought another for my dirt jumper. With this system, it's actually easier and cheaper to change chainrings than single speed cogs which I do often switching from street/skatepark to dirt jumping. The system is dead silent and the OneUp chainrings offer exceptional chain retention as I have not dropped the chain a single time since I've been using them which doesn't help OneUp sell chainguides but helps my pocketbook. They also show zero signs of wear after 8 months of abuse. I couldn't be happier with the overall quality, durability, and innovation from OneUp on this one.

>Rating: 5

Presto Chango

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I decided to give an oval ring a try, and while I was at it decided to try OneUp's Switch System. I've been impressed thus far, with both the ring and the system. I greases all the bolts when installing the ring, and haven't had any creaking, which was an initial fear. The ring/system looks really clean, and has work flawlessly with my Eagle X01 drivetrain.