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Old 06-07-19, 01:55 PM
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Where to find replacement big chain ring?

I'm trying to replace the big chain ring on a Diamondback Podium 650 road bike. I can't seem to find the part online. Please help, thanks.
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So Atlanta has no bike shops that can help/sell you a ring? Andy
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Isn't that just a 110BCD 48T? local bike shop, bike co-op, Amazon, eBay, etc.
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Seems like Shimano Claris cranksets were common on those, but they came in 5 and then 4 bolt patterns, older ones were also
available in triple or double CW. Look at yours to determine which and then google same online for some options.
You can also google 'how to measure bolt circle diameter on bicycle chain rings' as well and that would give you the
option of googling that BCD in 4 or 5 bolt chain rings in 48t size.
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Originally Posted by xodondum View Post
I'm trying to replace the big chain ring on a Diamondback Podium 650 road bike. I can't seem to find the part online. Please help, thanks.
The model of bike is not important. The model of crankset and bolt pattern is what matters.
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thanks, got the info I need to find a like unit.
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