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CHAINRING Shimano DEORE 530 44T Outer BLACK Y1GX98050


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  • Teeth : 44
  • 4 Arm pattern
  • 9 Speed Compatible
  • Product Code: 1GX 9805
  • 104mm BCD

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Shimano Deore 44t Tooth Outer 4 arm chainring


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8ec8fb94) out of 5 stars 29 reviews
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HASH(0x8ec9df28) out of 5 stars Works fine, but they are steel, not aluminum. 25 April 2013
By James Ashe - Published on Amazon.com
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My old chainring with matching part numbers is aluminum. This one is steel. The price probably should have been a clue. Live and learn.

Despite that, it works just fine.
HASH(0x8ebef5b8) out of 5 stars 40+ grams heavier than my XT but really smooth and should last longer (and is cheaper). 11 Jan. 2013
By Chris - Published on Amazon.com
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I had the same issue as the other reviewer regarding it not fitting, but that is a function of my XT crankset being from 2003 (I have a 2003 Epic Pro). You can't fault the chainring (although you could fault Shimano for changing small things like that so you have to upgrade). It was an easy fix. The area below the holes that flare towards the middle are a little to long to fit the "spider" area of my crankset. I just had to Drimmel down each flare until it fit. Took about twenty minutes.

From the advice of my local bike shop tech, I went metal rather than aluminum because it lasts longer and doesn't bend as easy if you hit something (like I did). Interestingly, XT is aluminum (super light, but not durable) but XTR (better than XT) and SLX (below XT) are a combination of steel (the teeth) and composite. This would be great, but I am not spending the extra money for just a few grams of weight.

I took the bike out for a night ride tonight and it was incredibly smooth.
HASH(0x908a41e0) out of 5 stars An inexpensive fix to restore perfect shifting. 5 July 2014
By Douglas Burnside - Published on Amazon.com
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What can I say, it's a new 32 tooth chainring and now my chain doesn't skip any more. I didn't read the description carefully enough, and it turned out to be a steel chainring, not aluminum, so now my mountain bike weighs an ounce or so more. Not a bother to me, but some of you gram counters out there might take note.

Also, I found out that the Deore chainring is NOT bolt-on compatible with an XT crankset, at least not one that is more than 10 years old. I had to file a few thousandths of an inch off of the square positioning tabs before it would seat properly on the crank spider.

Since both of these "problems" were my own fault, I can't give it less than five stars, since now that it is installed it works perfectly.
HASH(0x8ec9e354) out of 5 stars Good Chainring 19 Mar. 2014
By Dave - Published on Amazon.com
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The chainring itself is really nice. It is made of steel and should last a long time. It didn't fit my crankset exactly, which was my fault. I ended up running it as a single speed in the outer chainring position. Since it has pins and ramps, it is meant for a triple chainring setup with front derailleur. I ended up replacing it with a chainring that was mean to be run single speed (no shift ramps) because I was having problems dropping the chain since I didn't run a front derailleur.
HASH(0x8ec9e504) out of 5 stars Exactly the right Part 6 Feb. 2014
By M - Published on Amazon.com
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My mountain bike shifts very well. The teeth have become worn out on the rear cog cassette and I'm replacing it. My experience is that when the cassette is worn out and being replaced, the chain and the middle chainring need to be replaced, too. All these parts seem to wear together and if you leave one part on, it won't work with the new ones.

This chainring is actually an upgrade according to the spec's from the original which is being replaced. They look at fit the same.
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