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Shimano XTR Trail M9020 11 Speed Double Chainset is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.

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Code: FCM9020
Shimano XTR Trail M9020 11 Speed Double Chainset
  • Class-leading XTR Trail 11-speed Dyna-Sys chainset, integrating the bottom bracket and chainset into a strong, rigid, yet lightweight unit.
  • Integrated design makes installation and adjustments easier than ever.
  • Precision bottom bracket bearings are spaced further apart, and are therefore more stable and longer lasting than conventional bottom brackets.
  • Super-lightweight HollowTech II cold forged Duralumin crank arms - hollow design saves weight whilst increasing rigidity and durability.
  • Easy to use splined bottom bracket spindle connection provides a rigid and secure interface between crank and spindle.
  • 36/26 with a 48.8mm chain line and a 168mm Q-factor ideally suited for all-mountain use in conjunction with 11-40T cassette.
  • Hollowglide outer chainring is made with a titanium/aluminium composite hollow 3D structure to maximize stiffness whilst keeping weight at a minimum.
  • Titanium teeth are used to create a stiff, light weight and hard-wearing chainring.
  • Compatible with all new XTR chainrings.
  • Compatible with 3x, 2x and 1x set-ups.
  • For use with 11-speed HG-X chains only.
  • FC-M9020-B +3mm model is compatable with 148mm O.L.D. frames (rear dropout size)
Scarrott Fast delivery and nice chainset. Swapped out the rings and went 1x11. Used a superstar ring which has a slight offset and gives a better chainline. Normal rings need to be spaced out about 1-2mm to prevent a tight angle in the low gears (40t)
Tom I looked at all the competition and ultimately decided Shimano is still where it's at for cranks. Spiderless might look cool, but from a durability standpoint the spider is better if you hit your chainrings on trail obstacles as I do. I also noticed people tend to have problems with every other system for maintaining preload and securing crankarms OTHER THAN the pinch bolt style Shimano uses. This will be my 5th Shimano crank with the 24mm hollow axle and pinch bolts on the nondrive arm. Never had a single issue.
KG This crank was an "upgrade" from a dual-ring SRAM X0 that had gearing a little too high for the local mountains. It went about as smooth as I had expected, with one major bonus - switching from SRAM to Shimano eliminated a persistent creak that was driving me crazy. That's something I'm going to keep in mind in the future when I'm deciding what brand I'll support.