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Originally Posted by zuwapa View Post
I recently purchased a used bike. I only have a large (44T) and medium (32T) chainring for the front. Since I use this bike for hauling (Surly - Big Dummy), I need to know how to go about locating the appropriate small chainring. Would I be looking for any 24T chainring?

Thanks in advance!
Just looked at a Surley site, and it shows a triple that they call a "Surley Twirley" on front with a 26T small sprocket. Bet you could get another one from a dealer for sure. And perhaps they make a 24 for it. The chainring bolt diameter means everything in determining how small you can go.

I run a Sugino 24-34-44...



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