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Inside gearing.

Give your drivetrain a refresh or update your gearing with the SRAM 11-Speed Inner Chainring. Ideal for road and cyclocross applications, this chainring comes in a variety of sizes to account for whatever terrain daily rides and races throw your way.

This ring is stamped from lightweight and durable aluminum and is compatible with SRAM's 11-speed road drivetrains.

Tech Specs

Material:
aluminum
Teeth:
34 t, 36 t, 39 t
Bolt Circle Diameter:
110, 130
Connection:
5 bolt
Compatible Components:
SRAM Force 11-speed drivetrain, SRAM Red 11-speed drivetrain
Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Avg. ride time: 6h 55m per week
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Great rings for the money

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Great rings for the money, shift smooth, and work great without issue.

Make sure you verify if you have a 130bcd, or 110bcd crank before ordering to make sure you get the proper ring.

Avg. ride time: 5h 11m per week
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I have the sram red 22 53t and 39t inner. I need to 34t for inner so I can climb better. Can I just get the 34t inner chainring and swap out my 39t with the 34t?

Hey Kenny, no you would need a compact 110bcd crank to run a 34t inner ring.

I have the Force22 crankset in 175mm. I'd like to put a smaller inner ring on them. Would the 36t fit, or is the bolt pattern smaller?

Assuming you are running a full/standard crank (53/39T), then you would not be able to drop to a 36T chainring.

That would depend on the BCD of your crank, if it is 130BCD the smallest you would be able to run is a 38t innner ring. If you have a 110bcd, you can go down to a 34t inner ring. Call in, or chat with a Gearhead for the fastest service, thanks.