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Replacement 50T chainring for "old" style Campagnolo compact crank

Old 10-22-13, 06:59 PM
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Replacement 50T chainring for "old" style Campagnolo compact crank

I'm looking for a replacement 50T ring for a square-taper Centaur compact (50/34) crank. These are true 110 bcd, not the "Campy 110" for cranks with the hidden arm. All the rings I've been able to find online are for the current cranks with he oddball 5th hole.

The original Centaur rings were nicely finished with a "polished" anodized face. Not the cheesy "stamped" look of the lower end current Campy rings.

Anybody know a source for correct Campy or a nice aftermarket ring for this crank?
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TA makes very nice chainrings but they tend to be a bit pricy. Here is one source: http://www.peterwhitecycles.com/chainrings.asp
and another: http://www.wiggle.com/ta-110-pcd-zep...inring-50-56t/

Both Shimano and FSA sell replacement 110 mm chainrings and they are less expensive but you would have to compromise your standards to use them on a Campy crank.
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Cool, I did not realize TA made a modern pinned ring. The polished ones look good. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by HillRider View Post
TA makes very nice chainrings but they tend to be a bit pricy. Here is one source: http://www.peterwhitecycles.com/chainrings.asp
and another: http://www.wiggle.com/ta-110-pcd-zep...inring-50-56t/
Like most bicycle components they're less expensive when imported from overseas.

http://www.starbike.com/en/brands/specialites-ta/

( prices include the 19% VAT which you don't pay but exclude 30 euro shipping charge)

http://www.wiggle.com/ta/chainrings/?ps=96

( free shipping )

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Yep, I linked to the Wiggle site also. I've had excellent service from them as well as much better prices on most things.
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