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Old 07-16-09, 12:35 PM   #1
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144 BCD Chainrings

Just wondering who still makes road chainrings in BCD 144?

Something that would work with an old Campagnolo crankset. Sugino used to make Campy-copy rings, right?
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Old 07-16-09, 12:39 PM   #2
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ebay... okay kidding..

you can buy track rings new in this size for sure from sugino for one...

Perhaps TA specialties also as they make a wide variety of sizes.
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Yes, I might scrounge ebay for nice NR chainrings. TA...I will check that out! Thanks!
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TA's are nice as they offer a 41T inner ring.

My only complaint is they are "SR" style with no webbing so a bit flexi.
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I have some larger Campagnolo I don't need, 53, 54 I think...
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These are American made replicas of the old Campy Nuovo Record chainrings. I've also found 144 BCD road (3/32") NOS parts made by Sugino, SR (Sakae Royal) and even Stronglight that will fit, although only the Sugino will match the Campy for appearance.

http://cgi.ebay.com/52-TOOTH-ROAD-BI...3A1%7C294%3A30

http://cgi.ebay.com/42-TOOTH-ROAD-BI...3A1%7C294%3A30
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I have a 144mm stash -- what tooth counts do you need?
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thanks for the link tejano trackie and john e I will send you a PM.
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or have a new one made at Cycle Underground
Mine arrived during the week
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or have a new one made at Cycle Underground
Mine arrived during the week
Description says that these have teeth that are not intended for gear changing. Great if you're doing SS/FG; otherwise, not so much.
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Description says that these have teeth that are not intended for gear changing. Great if you're doing SS/FG; otherwise, not so much.
There's Highpath Engineering; they can cut their rings for gear changes if you specify that's how you intend to use them.
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There's Highpath Engineering; they can cut their rings for gear changes if you specify that's how you intend to use them.
Now we've gone from $50 AUS to 72 GBP per ring! Seems to me that buying a whole Sugino crankset on eBay is the way to go.
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Old 07-17-09, 09:44 PM   #13
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I actually just scored a NOS Nuovo Record 52-tooth outer ring for $35. Sure, I dont know if they are machined as nice as the new TA rings, but hey you can't beat the look of a NR outer ring. Pure class.
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