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Old 07-11-12, 05:49 AM   #1
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gobike88 chainrings

i have a xt m752 crankset and 2 rings are kaput. i might like to use this crank and get new chainrings. the application is a hybrid. anyone have experience gobike88 chainrings?
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In my experience, if you want the best shifting, go with stock. Shimano spends a lot of time engineering those ramps and pins, and it seems like most folks rue the day they cheaped out. Then there are those folks who don't care how it shifts as long as they can pedal in a roughly forward direction....
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