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Old 11-09-18, 11:02 AM
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Originally Posted by techie View Post
I'm swapping some parts onto my bike and upon closer look at the chainring, it looks like some of the teeth are worn down a bit compared to the others. Is this an issue? It looks like I can unbolt the crank arms and replace the chain rings on here if I need to since they aren't riveted
The shorter teeth you see were like that when these chainrings left the factory. That's a feature, not wear.
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