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Old 06-25-05, 04:42 PM   #1
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Repair or Peplace Chainrings

My chainrings have become so bent that they rub against the front deraiileur. I was wondering if I should try to straighten the chainrings or just go and get some new ones. Also do most bike shops offer to straighten chainrings?

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Old 06-25-05, 06:05 PM   #2
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replace them (and maybe consider a bashring).
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I always end up having to touch mine up a few times in the season, the occasional log catches me..YOu can do it yourself, But be carefull not to break off a tooth, I know the guy at the bike shop told me to use a rubber mallet if possible. At least try to straighten them before you get new ones, which ring is bent?
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I think it might be the middle one, so I guess I might have to just get a new crank.

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where do you people come from!
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