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4 Bolt
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38t
37t
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Renthal SR4 Ultralight Chainring

Borrowing technology from our championship winning motocross sprockets, we have designed and developed these chain rings to offer the ultimate combination of lightness, strength and durability.

Renthal Ultralite chainrings are designed to let you ride faster, jump further and last longer.

SR4 Chainring Features:

  • Computer aided Ultralite™ design enables the ultimate combination of strength and lightness 
  • High strength 7075-T6 aluminum alloy provides excellent longevity
  • Precision CNC machined to extremely tight tolerances.
  • Hard anodised surface coating for increased longevity.

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  • Colour: Silver
  • Option: 4 Bolt
  • BoltCircle: 120mm
  • Teeth: 38t, 37t
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great chainring Light weight, nicely made chainring. Run one on my tr450 and it works a treat. 14 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing I bought this for my bike build and when it arrived i couldnt believe how light it was. I'm running 1x10 with a Gusset Lil Chap guide and the chains never come off, and its taken a few bashings but hasnt budged at all. Feels strong & secure when riding and the only downside is that its a bit pricy, though to me worth every penny 30 May 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Light, but not so durable. They are seriously light and if you can afford to replace it every couple months or after a slight knock, then I'm pretty sure they cant be beaten. However touch it on a rock or log and game over, want to ride more than a few hundred miles in muddy conditions or are a powerful rider then forget them. I've never broken a chainring before but shattered 2 of these in as many months, the picture doesn't show it but on the 38t ones I used, the small drilling's matched the low points in the teeth and both times I ended up with a chainring in 4 pieces and trashed crank spider. 29 May 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Light, but not so durableflimsy. They are seriously light and if you can afford to replace it every couple months or after a slight knock, then I'm pretty sure they cant be beaten. However touch it on a rock or log and game over, want to ride more than a few hundred miles in muddy conditions or are a powerful rider then forget them. I've never broken a chainring before but shattered 2 of these in as many months, the picture doesn't show it but on the 38t ones I used, the small drilling's matched the low points in the teeth and both times I ended up with a chainring in 4 pieces and trashed crank spider. 29 May 2013
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Can these be run as part of a 2x10?

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These chainrings could mount to a Double Crankset spider; however with no apparent Shift Gates on the tooth profile, shifting between gears will not be ideal.
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