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Old 09-05-17, 01:27 PM
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48T 110BCD Outside chainring

48T- 110 BCD outside chainring.

Does anyone make this?
I'd like it in Black, aluminum.
10 speed.
I've done quite a bit of searching and have only found them as a complete crankset.


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Jenson has Sugino 48 110 9-speed in silver. Sugino's website shows 48 tooth 110 10-11 speed rings in black. So they exist. I'm guessing QBP handles Sugino and that a shop could get those rings.

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https://usamade.myshopify.com/collec...pact-chainring

I really like how USAmade chain rings perform, but their website could do with some improvement - the 48T page is addressed 46T and the 50T pages is addressed 48T.....
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Surly makes them also:Drivetrain | Parts and Accessories | Surly Bikes but not black
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They are hard to find. I found some FSA ones a couple of years ago on Ebay and bought a couple of extras just to squirrel away for later.
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just order a 7075-T6 black anodized chain ring, from any bike shop with a QBP account.





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Originally Posted by XXLHardrock View Post
48T- 110 BCD outside chainring.

Does anyone make this?
I'd like it in Black, aluminum.
10 speed.
I've done quite a bit of searching and have only found them as a complete crankset.


Thanks
Try Vuelta.
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Was a time that the outside ring attached to the crank arm, then the other 2 attached to that ring

or, a spider that was not part of the crank arms..
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Originally Posted by nfmisso View Post
https://usamade.myshopify.com/collec...pact-chainring

I really like how USAmade chain rings perform, but their website could do with some improvement - the 48T page is addressed 46T and the 50T pages is addressed 48T.....
Thanks for the tip. I found a 48T FSA on CRC but would rather buy US made if possible. So I'm going to give USA Made a try.
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Thanks for the tip. I found a 48T FSA on CRC but would rather buy US made if possible. So I'm going to give USA Made a try.
Be aware that Veulta is also US made.
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Originally Posted by XXLHardrock View Post
....... would rather buy US made if possible. .....
My thoughts exactly. If a US made component is priced near the competition and performs as expected, I will buy it instead of an offshore sourced part.
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+1 on the Vuelta rings. A couple more options here: https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...?category=2628 Look under the Dimension Alloy and SRAM Powerglide categories.
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Originally Posted by XXLHardrock View Post
48T- 110 BCD outside chainring.

Does anyone make this?
I'd like it in Black, aluminum.
10 speed.
I've done quite a bit of searching and have only found them as a complete crankset.


Thanks
SRAM makes one. It's about $38 on Jenson. Be aware that the "USAmade" one is intended for 1X drivetrains only, while the SRAM one is for 2X. The Vuelta and Sugino offerings work (but not as well) for 1X, 2X, or 3X drivetrains.
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Originally Posted by OneIsAllYouNeed View Post
SRAM makes one. It's about $38 on Jenson. Be aware that the "USAmade" one is intended for 1X drivetrains only, while the SRAM one is for 2X. The Vuelta and Sugino offerings work (but not as well) for 1X, 2X, or 3X drivetrains.
The one I ordered from USAMade states:
"Designed for outer ring position double chainring cranks"

I hope that means what I think it means.
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Originally Posted by XXLHardrock View Post
The one I ordered from USAMade states:
"Designed for outer ring position double chainring cranks"
I hope that means what I think it means.
Any update on the USAMade chainring? How well does it shift, durability? Wanting to try something to replace my Shimano 6600 and curious how these compare.
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you have heard of Ebay? I typed in "48 chainring 110" and got 268 results. How hard could you have possibly been looking?

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...g+110&_sacat=0
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As the work is automated on a CNC machine .. the labor cost is low.
7075-T6 aluminum must be machined.. it is longer wearing..



What has now been called Trekking Cranks have a 48t outer chainring..







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