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    Ultegra crank 130bcd rings

    Can anyone tell me who if anyone makes chain rings in the 40-48 range that will fit a 130bcd Shimano crank?
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    I just bought a 48t Ritchey ring for my Ultegra 6500 crank. The only issue is that the little nub to protect from getting the chain sucked in between the crank arm and spider is off by a half position.

    Check out www.benscycles.com. I think they may also be on www.aebike.com or www.harriscyclery.com
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    spot, coda. go to cxworld. They have a ton

    and bbg bashguards are a must

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    Surly too.

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    I have been looking but everything I find is 8-9 speed compatible...I need 10 speed. Any thoughts?

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    Seems to me the FSA Pro Road Double would work. QBP number CR 2011 for the 48t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawn P View Post
    Seems to me the FSA Pro Road Double would work. QBP number CR 2011 for the 48t.
    Awesome thanks. Not sure how I missed that. I have been on QBP for 45 minutes now going through every chainring brand.....LoL

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    SRAM (TruVativ) has cross-specific 48T and 38T rings.

    If you're going to race it, think about going single ring.

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    http://bikeisland.com/cgi-bin/BKTK_S...ils&ProdID=255

    I bought the 110 version of the 46 for my rival drivetrain works great but linked the 130.
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