On-One Stainless Chainring
Designed for single speed systems, these superb quality chainrings will outlast most others.
Compatible with 1/8in and 3/32in chains but without shifting tabs. Suitable for single chainring 8 and 9 systems but not compatible with front mech shifting.
Potentially- I'll pass your idea on.
Any chance of a 36t?
Hi Nick, the inner position refers to where the ring sits on the chainset. This allows you to run a bashguard on the outer position. Think of it like this, you take a triple chainset, ditch the granny ring, fit this to replace the middle ring and a bashguard to replace the big ring.
Hi I am in need of replacing my 32t chain ring on my single speed (adapted) mountain bike as some of the teeth have snapped off. Please could someone advise what inner and outer means as I only want to run the 1 32t chain ring up front? Can I use an inner or an outer? Many Thanks
Hi Matt, this is a singlespeed chainring so you'll have no issues running this with the branding on the inside. You can double its life by flipping it around - true singlespeed tightness!
Really want a 32t outer position one. Would I be able to run a inner position one flipped (in outer position)without issues?
Hi Felix, BCD is 104mm.
Whag't is the BCD on these?
Hi Gags, should be perfect on a Stylo single speed. If you like to let us know the BCD (bolt circle diameter) then we can measure to be 100% sure.
Will this fit on a Truvativ Stylo SS crankset (fitted with bashguard)?
Hello Chris. Most middle rings on a triple crank mount on the inside of the spider. So you should be fine with the ones that we currently have in stock.
inner and outer positions - what exactly does this mean, I have triple ring crank, want to remove inner and outer ring and fit one of these where the middle ring is, do I need and inner or outer for the crank spider then to direct replace the middle ring of the triple setup ? Thanks
Hi Gerald, these are compatible with single chainring 9 speed systems. Weight is 110g. New stock is expected early January.
Hi,does your On-One Stainless Chainring work with a 9-speed chain? How much does it weight? Best regards Gerald