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    Senior Member Avispa's Avatar
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    Used 50/34, changed to 52/36 and 12-28 cassette. I think it's great and covers all i need. Go for it!!

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    Semper Fidelis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Looigi View Post
    FWIW: Big and small rings are often matched sets as the tooth profiles, ramps and lift pins on the big ring are optimized for a particular number of teeth and phase on the small ring. If you use a mismatched set, it'll still shift and probably shift reasonably well, just not as well as a matched set.

    This is true. However using the scram 36 tooth ring instead of a 34 shimano there is less chain drop and the shifting inmo is just as creditable. I have had zero issues and shifts inmo again alot better than a 34 ring
    "Advantages Must Be Pressed, Disadvantages Must Be Overcome"

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