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Old 09-12-10, 03:58 PM   #1
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Ritchey chainrings?

I know this might not exactly be the right place to ask this but does anyone know if you can buy Ritchey chainrings seperate from the crank arms? It has been driving me crazy trying to find a Ritchey chainring in either 50 or 52 capacity. Anyone know something that I don't? Does Ritchey even sell separate chainrings?
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I know this might not exactly be the right place to ask this but does anyone know if you can buy Ritchey chainrings seperate from the crank arms? It has been driving me crazy trying to find a Ritchey chainring in either 50 or 52 capacity. Anyone know something that I don't? Does Ritchey even sell separate chainrings?
In the past, I've been able to purchase 38t Ritchey road rings on two separate occasions. I think both times they came from ebay. They were in original Ritchey packaging.
I don't see any now on Ebay or through a Google search. If it's 130 bsd you're looking for, and you're not firmly set on Ritchey, TA would be a more than adequate substitute.
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I am not firmly set on Ritchey but I am looking for a set that will operate decently with phasing and will put the chain drop pin behind the crank arm (At the moment I am using a 105 chainring and it's pin position has a tendency to cause the chain to entirely wrap around the crank arm the few times it has overshifted)
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