Hey - this is kind of a nitpicky question, but I wanted to see what you guys thought. I got my new Sugino 75 crankset in the mail today (taken new off a Bianchi Pista Concept and won on eBay by me) and they look great. They've definitely never been used. BUT, (of course there's a but) I noticed a set of nicks on one of the teeth on the chainring. They're like very small gashes, almost like a tiny animal took its claw and ran it against the tooth. It's made it so that the metal sort of juts out a little bit from the edge of the tooth instead of being flush with the rest of it like it should be. We're not talking big time here... probably like micrometers.
Should I try to file the tooth down a little bit before I throw it the bike or should I just leave it be and see if the chain naturally does the work? I guess my fear is that the chain won't run over that specific tooth as well as it could. It's probably fine. Just one of those little things that nags you when you something new isn't as perfect as you want it to be.