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Easton CINCH Chainring - Flat Top 12 Speed

Item #CCR10710
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Why We Love It
The new FLT 12 SPD chainring has an updated tooth profile optimized for SRAM Flattop 12 SPD chains. Easton direct mount rings use a new narrow/wide design specifically tailored to road/cx/gravel applications. The individual tooth profile has moved from the traditional symmetrical shape to more directional specific design with the intention to create a positive chain roller engagement to help with chain retention, critical to prevent chain slip and bounce over rough terrain.

Compatible, but not optimized for, 11 speed chains. Ring only. Crankarms and spindles sold separately.
About This Item
  • EA90 SL Alloy
  • Cinch System Compatible
  • Variable Tooth Width
  • Optimized Retention via Directional Tooth Design
  • CHAINLINE: 47mm
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Brand Easton
Model CINCH Chainring - Flat Top 12 Speed
Speed 12
Teeth 44t
BCD Cinch
Intended Use Road
Weight .8 grams
mpn RR21DM42TFLT12BLK
upc 821973403960
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