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Old 07-07-06, 10:45 PM   #1
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Looking for an inner bash ring!!!Help!

K so i'm having some trouble finding ANY inner bash rings that will fit. It most cover up to a 36t ring and have a 64 bcd.

If you could help me find one that would be great!!
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Check out the Envy Double-E2 It's an inner bash that you can still mount a granny ring to for long climbs. It still mounts to the larger circle though - with an offset for your chainring - rather than the 64BCD inner.
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Check out the Envy Double-E2 It's an inner bash that you can still mount a granny ring to for long climbs. It still mounts to the larger circle though - with an offset for your chainring - rather than the 64BCD inner.
Hold on a sec, so you could run a single ring setup with the benefits of both single and dual ring setups? That is so awesome, I'll definately check into it.
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Old 07-08-06, 09:14 PM   #4
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Hold on a sec, so you could run a single ring setup with the benefits of both single and dual ring setups? That is so awesome, I'll definitely check into it.
Clever, those Northshore Canucks, huh?
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What's the largest ring with a 'granny' bcd spacing I could get? That design looks cool, possibly...
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wow that's crazy!

Now would your granny have to be moved to the left???
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Clever, those Northshore Canucks, huh?
Very ingenious inner bashguard, I like the idea a lot.
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