So I can't get my chainring to stay on centered. I first slapped the thing on and the chain tension varied from almost too tight to turn, to almost too loose to stay on, depending on where in the crank arms rotation it was. I figured out how to center it (with a sugguestion from the guys at counterbalance) but when I get home from riding the thing is always off center. This is eventually going to lead to the chain either coming off or the wheel seizing up. I'm cranking the ring bolts on as tight as I can. I do only have a little set on allens for this but it seems pretty f'in tight.
When I first fixed the bike, I was running the original 52 chainring with a 17 in the back and I never had this problem. I just switched to a 46-16 and now this... and I have tried it with the 17 to try and narrow it down to either the cog or chainring. It seems to be the chainring (or possibly cranks)
Any ideas on how to get this straightened out...?
PS Its a Vuelta chainring. Not the best thing invented but it shouldn't be that lopsided should it?