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Old 09-05-06, 07:38 PM   #1
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Specialites TA Carmina

Looking at putting a Specialites TA Carmina on my new brevet / light touring bike.

Thinking the 94 dia Carmina cranks, so I have options for rings. I'll run compact or close to it - maybe 48-34 - but I want options to go to 46-32 or even 46-30.

Anyone have experience with this crank / rings and Campy Chorus 10 sp?

Currently running my old Ritchey Pro Compact 50-34 (supposed to be 10 sp compatible) which is going to be swapped out as soon as I decide what to do (its noisy and I've had dropped chains and even had chain suck!)

Worst case I'll just go Campy Compact... and give up options for smaller rings.
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Old 09-06-06, 04:30 PM   #2
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