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Old 09-16-13, 10:54 PM
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Inexpensive 110mm Ramped/Pinned Chainrings

I'm getting new chainrings for my tandem and want ramps/pins since my partner and I aren't the smoothest shifters. It's going to be an 8 speed 26/38/52 setup (or 26/40/53 or 26/40/54 if I can find a reasonably priced 53 or 54).

Where can I find reasonably priced ramped and pinned chainrings that are 110mm?
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Old 09-16-13, 11:59 PM
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Well if your willing to go down to 52 you will end up paying significantly less 53/54 aren't real common 110 with ramps and pins. If you want to go with 26/40/54 ramped and pinned it may actually be more cost effective to buy a whole compact modern crankeset good used or new than buying each of the rings.
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Old 09-17-13, 12:14 AM
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I would go with a 26/39/52. What exactly do you think you will get out of the 54? If you use a 11t lock ring on the cassette, you should have plenty of top end even with the 52.

Its best to buy a set of matching middle and big rings. For example, mix-matching a 39t FSA and a 52t Shimano chainring means that the shifting gates and assists might not line up properly and shifting won't be as smooth as it could be if you had matching pairs.
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Just may not be as inexpensive as you hoped.

machined 7075 aluminum wears longer, so you will get more miles out of them .
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This Stronglight tandem crank comes stock with 51/39/30 chainrings and a 110 BCD, and it appears as though you can swap out rings for a small additional fee as well: http://www.spacycles.co.uk/products....id=m2b2s109p15

Stronglight does make a 110 BCD 53T chainring too: http://www.spacycles.co.uk/products....d=m2b2s149p296

Any cheap, flat 26T chainring will do the trick for the rest.
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