Shimano Deore XT FC-T780 / FC-T781 Chainring 4-Arm 3x10-speed - black

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Description of Shimano Deore XT FC-T780 / FC-T781 Chainring 4-Arm 3x10-speed - black

Shimano XT chainrings for FC-T780 and FC-T781 cranksets. Available with 36, 44 and 48 teeth.

Note: 36 tetth chainring fits Shimano SLX FC-M670/671, too.
Fitting for derailleur: 10-speed
Included in delivery: 1 chainring without chainring screws
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Product Name: Shimano Deore XT FC-T780 / FC-T781 Chainring 4-Arm 3x10-speed - black
Manufacturer: Shimano Parts
Item Code: SHI217787
activity: Bike
usage bikesport: MTB
MTB - bolt circle diameter: 104mm
number of teeth: 36 | 44 | 48
Manufacturer page: http://www.shimano-europe.com/
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Selection: Shimano Deore XT FC-T780 / FC-T781 Chainring 4-Arm 3x10-speed - black
Still 15 in stock in stock, delivery time 12-14 days Number of Teeth 36 (AL)
Still 4 in stock in stock, delivery time 12-14 days Number of Teeth 44 (AE)
Still 1 in stock in stock, delivery time 12-14 days Number of Teeth 44 (AE) - for bash guard
Still 5 in stock in stock, delivery time 12-14 days Number of Teeth 48 (AL)
Still 9 in stock in stock, delivery time 12-14 days Number of Teeth 48 (AL) - for bash guard
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This is the second one I buy (36T). I used it first time for my FS MTB as an upgrade going from a 3x (24-32-42T) to a 2x (24-36T).
Although it is classified as a Trekking chainring it is also suitable for the FC-M785 cranks (MTB usage is typically heavier than Trecking).

Shifting in front works super between this and the 24 and no other issue except that it was warn out very quickly in my case. In about 1400Km.
I had to replace it because the chain kept skidding when standing, pressing the pedals hard, on inclines, when in smaller cogs at the back ( 11,13T). I also changed the chain before that which improved things a little but not a remedy.
It could be the worn out chain that speed up the Chainring's deterioration though!
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