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    The Female Enduro velo's Avatar
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    Ultegra Chainring w/ Dura Ace

    Okay, this is pretty simple. I just want to know if it's all good to ride an Ultegra chainring (big chainring to be exact) with Dura Ace parts (chain, small chainring, and cassette). I'm assuming it is, since everything else is compatible, but I'd just like to make sure.

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    The Ultegra chainrings( both big and small) are fully interchangeable with Dura-Ace chainrings. Functionally there is no difference.

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    The Female Enduro velo's Avatar
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    Great, thanks Davet!
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    In fact, it will likely last much longer than the D/A ring would.
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    Yea your good to go Velo. Like mentioned, they will last longer.

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