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    big bash ring?

    Is there anyone who makes a bash ring that would allow you to keep your big ring? I know there have been companies in the past that have done this, but I cant seem to find any of these out there.

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    Most any bike shop that deal with Quality Bike Products can get it for you. It's made by Problem Solvers. It's a bash Ring (Thin compared to today's standard) that bolts to the outside of your big ring. You'll need longer crank bolts as well. I'll try to find a pic.

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    I didnt see anything about the problem solver ring online. But while I was looking I did manage to find this...

    http://pricepoint.com/product538.html

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    I believe the old Girvin Rock-Ring allowed you to keep all three chainrings. I don't think the Girvin product is still made but there's also a similar product from Alloy Accents called the Tooth Fairy.
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