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    Online source for 46T SRAM chainring?

    I've got a new '08 SRAM Rival compact crankset that I would like to put on my cyclocross bike. Before I do so, I want to replace the 50T ring with a 46T. My usual online sources don't carry SRAM chainrings.

    Any ideas on a good online source for a 46T SRAM chainring?

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    Do you really need the SRAM ring? Why not just get any old 110 ring?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoRacer View Post
    If the OP currently has a 50t ring, then his crankset is Compact, not standard.

    I have a 46 somewhere, but it's not a SRAM. Probably a TruVativ, which is also SRAM.

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    I've got an FSA ring, but I want to put a SRAM (Rival or Force) ring on my SRAM crank (110mm circle).

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    Not Sram, but this might work...

    http://www.bikeman.com/CR4030.html

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    Do you know if SRAM even makes a 46t? I checked the site and could not find any info.

    Kev

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    They do. They sell a cyclocross version of the Rival crank. But whether they sell the ring separately, I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbabin View Post
    Not Sram, but this might work...

    http://www.bikeman.com/CR4030.html

    Kev
    As I wrote above -- I've got one of those. I'm looking for improved shifting action and want to get away from the FSA and go to a SRAM product with my otherwise all-SRAM drivetrain.

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    I didn't see your post. I found this crankset, but it is not Rival or Force. But still can't find 46t SRAM chainrings.

    http://cyclocrossworld.stores.yahoo....s3crcrwbb.html

    Kev
    Last edited by kbabin; 12-22-08 at 11:54 AM.

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