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RaceFace Race Middle Chainrings

Features:

  • 104mm bolt pattern
  • Alloy
  • Compact Drive, Std Drive and 4 Bolt BCD Patterns
  • Ramped and Pinned for ultra smooth shifting

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  • Colour: Silver
  • BoltCircle: 104mm
  • Teeth: 32t, 34t, 36t
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb chainrings Over the years (I'm not saying how many) I have replaced several Shimano and Truvativ rings with these little beauties. They are definitely more durable and longer lasting than the former. I have found them to be faultless and can't rate them highly enough. 28 March 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lasted about as long as a chain. I've had Race Face cranks and chain rings for years, this one wore out really quickly. I fitted it at about the same time as an SLX chain and cassette, I've just replaced the chain and the chainring is so worn I can't pedal on it. It didn't even occur to me to look at it when I replaced the chain, no way it should be so worn in 6 months of use. I've emailed CRC in case there has been a faulty batch. 15 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Nice and light, but teeth snap of way to easily. This was the original chain ring on my dirt jump bike, and it did 5-6 good years of fairly demanding work. Recently I bought another one to replace it. It ran very nice and smooth along with a new chain, but a month or so after replacing I saw to my dismay that one of the teeth had again, snapped. The chain ring has four holes in it around the outside of it, each plugged with a metal stud. The purpose of theses holes I am unsure of but what I am sure of is that they compromise greatly on strength. The teeth tend to snap very easily above these holes, which is a bit of a pest, especially as the holes don't appear to serve any real purpose. (Take note that on my bike this is in fact the top chain ring, not the middle. This could have something to do with the problem). The snapped tooth doesn't seem to be a problem, but it is annoying that it happened so quickly. 30 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good product I've been using this ring for 10 months for different freeride stuff - it still looks nice: there is some grind effect of teeths, but it is minor. Do recommend. 30 August 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great chainring Have used this chainring for a couple of years now on my XT cranks. Weighs about the same as XT but last about twice as long. Strong, durable and smooth shifting, recommended! 12 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gear ring had a lot of bother with shimmano middle rings breaking(3 in 18 months )mainly teeth snapping off i think its because of the way that they are pressed out of sheet the raceface one is machined out of a flat piece of alloy works fantastik and after nearly a year of abuse still going strong will buy another when this one wears out well worth the extra 09 September 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by race face chain rings are the only ones you need. best brand of chain rings by far.as a fit 15 stoner with a heavy downhill bike the rings get total abuse and loading the pedals frequently for years they last for years. no other chain ring matters.this is the brand you want. 20 November 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality rings This ring is much, much better than Shimano's offerings. Shifts fine and is machined so should last longer than the pressed rings that Shimano produce. 02 July 2008
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This chainring should give no issues when fitting to an M580 Crankset.

If spacing issue are to occur; they can be rectified using 1mm washers.

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Will this chainring fit?

I'm using a race face atlas crank with turbine 22t and 32t rings plus bashguard (9sp). I want to replace the 32t ring for a 36t. Tried a shimano Deore m532 middle ring with. Correct bolt circle but doesn't fit the crank- locating ledge just below the bolt circle does not fit. Can you advise which ring I should buy?
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Yes, this chainring should be fine for this setup.
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