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Sora R3000 crank compantible with 5800/6800 chainrings?

Old 02-05-19, 09:46 AM
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Sora R3000 crank compantible with 5800/6800 chainrings?

Does anyone know if Sora R3000 cranks are compatible with 5800/6800 chainrings? Both are asymmetrical and have a BCD of 110mm. I tried searching online and even checked the Shimano compatibility documentation, but can't find any information on this.

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Old 02-05-19, 03:23 PM
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Yeah, if you're talking about the 4-arm crank, it's all a Shimano standard fit. You can see, for example, the aftermarket 1x chainrings advertise how they fit any of the shimano 4-bolt asymmetric cranks.
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Originally Posted by ljsense View Post
Yeah, if you're talking about the 4-arm crank, it's all a Shimano standard fit. You can see, for example, the aftermarket 1x chainrings advertise how they fit any of the shimano 4-bolt asymmetric cranks.
It's like you were reading my mind haha

I was curious cause I'm considering getting a 1x narrow wide chainring, but some companies like Wolf Tooth don't mention the R3000 (yet).

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4 to 5..

Perhaps of interest, is this adapter >> https://www.ticycles.com/store-all/s...mm-bcd-adapter then Use any 130 BCD chainring you want..



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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
Perhaps of interest, is this adapter >> https://www.ticycles.com/store-all/s...mm-bcd-adapter then Use any 130 BCD chainring you want..
Oh, that is awesome. I didn't even think to look for adapters. This would work out very nicely! Thank you for sharing that.
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