Light 1x 46t or 48t chainring

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RZack89
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by RZack89

Hi all!

Could you suggest me a light option for a 1x 46t or 48t chainring? I ride a shimano DA crankset and I didn't find nothing interesting for it...

Thanks! :beerchug:

by Weenie


jfranci3
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by jfranci3

They should all be the same weight as there is nothing to them. A 110 bcd spider is 60g; bolts are 15g; 48t /110bcd is about 120g = 195g If you go direct mount, you're looking at 120g (Easton)

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mattyNor
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by mattyNor

Have you looked at absolute black? Once everything shows up I'm going to be running a DA crank with 48t oval ring and the bolt covers

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alcatraz
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by alcatraz

For shimano cranks with 4 arms I suspect you are out of luck. Shimano's rings are relatively light already.

Attermann
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by Attermann

Stone from aliexpress works really well

Bumbabambuee
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by Bumbabambuee

Have you checked Garbaruk chainrings? Don't know the weights but they seem fairly light.
Narrow wide profile and available both round and oval. I hada 46t their direct mount chainring for sram cranks in my previous bike. Did not measure the weight but at least it did what it was supposed to.

by Weenie


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