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Old 11-22-21, 02:30 PM
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Hi, hope I'm not asking something I'm not supposed to by referencing a specific company. But.. does anyone know how to contact Porkchop BMX without an order number? Their contact form seems to require one. Thanks!
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He's sells on Ebay, maybe try to message him there
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Justin (Porkchop) has an incredible reputation for both customer service and quality of his products!

This link will take you to one of his Ebay listings for his 42T snowflake chainring:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/193888972835

that particular 42T aluminum lightweight snowflake one-piece crank chainring works great when converting old late sixties & seventies era VARSITY/CONTINENTAL 10 speeds to a SINGLE 42T CHAINRING 5 speed. The 42T is optimal for providing excellent hill climbing with the factory 14-28 freewheel on those ancient Schwinn ten speeds. Doing the 42T conversion gets rid of the front derailleur and one shift cable. Yes, you can find plenty of made in China, all steel chromed 42T chainrings for less, but Porkchop's aluminum Snowflake 42 chainring looks great, and works great and is well worth the price if you like the looks of it as much as I do.
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Thanks, everyone, for the help!
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