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Wolf Tooth ComponentsDrop Stop Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Chainring - Boost

$69.95 - $74.95

Item # WFC000L

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  • Black, 28t ($69.95)
  • Black, 30t ($69.95)
  • Black, 32t ($69.95)
  • Black, 34t ($74.95)
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Item # WFC000L

Drop Stop Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Chainring

Featuring Wolf Tooth Components' proprietary tooth design, the Drop Stop Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Chainring brings an extra dose of confident chain retention to your Race Face Cinch crankset and offers the ideal 52mm chainline for Boost spaced bikes. Alternating wide/narrow tooth profiles lock into the chain to securely guide it through the rotation and clear out any mud that could get in the way of clean shifts, and it's available in a wide range of sizes so you can easily customize your gearing to the day's terrain.

  • Narrow/Wide Boost chainring for your Race Face Cinch crankset
  • Made from light and durable 7075-T6 alloy
  • Drop Stop tooth shape holds chain securely
  • Race Face Cinch mount for easy chainring swaps

Tech Specs
Material7075-T6 aluminum
Number of Rings1
Teeth28 30, 32, 34t
ConnectionRace Face Cinch
Compatible ComponentsRace Face Cinch cranksets, 1 x 9-speed drivetrains (with 10-speed chain), 1 x 10-speed drivetrains, 1 x 11-speed drivetrains, 1 x 12-speed drivetrains
Recommended Usemountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

Actual Weight

Black, 28t
Black, 30t
Black, 32t
Black, 34t

Claimed Weight

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[28t] 54g, [30t] 58g, [32t] 63g, [34t] 69g

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>Rating: 4

Bought as a gift

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

A buddy of mine needed some help climbing without dropping a ton of $$ on a new drive train so I suggested just replacing the chain ring.