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    R/F Narrow/Wide 1x11

    I've been told that the RaceFace narrow/wide rings will work with 11 speed, but I haven't actually talked to anyone that has done it. I'm currently using it with a 1x10, but am looking to upgrade my drivetrain and figured I'd go ahead and switch to 1x11.

    Anyone here successfully using those rings with an 11 speed drivetrain? SRAM or Shimano?

    Thanks!

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    Tons of people do it. I don't I still prefer a 2x10, but race face rings will work on a 1x11


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adodero View Post
    I've been told that the RaceFace narrow/wide rings will work with 11 speed, but I haven't actually talked to anyone that has done it. I'm currently using it with a 1x10, but am looking to upgrade my drivetrain and figured I'd go ahead and switch to 1x11.

    Anyone here successfully using those rings with an 11 speed drivetrain? SRAM or Shimano?

    Thanks!
    Works on 9-10-11.

    Praxis has them (n/w's) too. They are due out with a 11-40t 10 spd cassette soon aswell if you were just looking for a little more granny without the add-on cog or new drive train expense.
    Last edited by JMac47; 05-12-2015 at 04:17 PM. Reason: typo/more info
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    anyone know where to source the cheapest raceface NW? I bought two last year for 30some and now along with the popularity, the price has increased, even up to 45 at Jenson, that is too much.

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    R/F Narrow/Wide 1x11

    Tbh $45 is a good price for a narrow wide ring right now. Many other options priced around the $70 mark


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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac47 View Post
    Praxis has them (n/w's) too. They are due out with a 11-40t 10 spd cassette soon aswell if you were just looking for a little more granny without the add-on cog or new drive train expense.
    That may be exactly what I need, thank you! I'll hold off and keep an eye out for that.

    I would love to go 11 eventually, but I'd rather not dump all that $$ into it until I'm using the full range on the cassette. I guess the $$ I save can go into the I-9 fund

    Thanks.

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    I'm running a RF NW chainring with 11 speed. works great.
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    $50 - $58 plus shipping at Chainreaction....

    Race Face Narrow Wide Single Chainring | Chain Reaction Cycles

    Also check PricePoint... Jenson may pricematch.

    Race Face Narrow/Wide Chainring | 104 BCD | 9, 10, 11 speed
    Last edited by kbabin; 05-13-2015 at 11:24 AM. Reason: Updated

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