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SRAMForce 22 Chainring

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Item # SRM00BP

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  • One Color, 50Tx110 BCD ($120.95)
  • One Color, 53Tx130 BCD ($125.95)
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Item # SRM00BP
Description

Pedal your way.

If you're looking to change up your crankset to ready it for a summer of more competitive racing, grab the SRAM Force 22 Chainring and get the setup you need without the hassle. Compatible with SRAM Force 22 11 Yaw speed cranks, the replacement options come in 110 and 130 BCD versions, and offer you the option to add a climbing gear or get race-ready standard double gearing instead. The chainring comes with the same machined alloy construction as those that ship with the Force 22 crankset, so if you're replacing a damaged ring, you won't muddy up the aesthetics or compromise on quality on your lovingly built steed.

  • Pedal the way you want with this replacement chainring
  • Durable, lightweight alloy construction
  • Options reconfigure your gearing for different disciplines
  • 5-bolt attachment with 110mm and 130mm BCD options

Tech Specs
Material
machined alloy
Number of Rings
1
Teeth
50T, 52T, 53T
Bolt Circle Diameter
[50T & 52T] 110mm, [53T] 130mm
Connection
5-bolt
Compatible Components
SRAM 11 Yaw speed road cranks
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

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

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Grams

Oz

One Color, 50Tx110 BCD
126g
4.44oz
One Color, 53Tx130 BCD
147g
5.19oz

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    Can I use this chainring using older 10 speed shifters. I'm actually running TA Specialties crank (155mm) and would like to see if shifting would improve with these as they're stiffer, but not sure about the whole Yaw thing if they're compatible with non-yaw FD. Thanks!

    So the Yaw chainring is to help to prevent the need for shifter trim you can use a non-yaw fd but you might end up getting some chain rub issues with you do