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Schwinn World Voyager--Dura Ace Crank with 68.2 BCD

Old 08-29-10, 06:11 AM
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Schwinn World Voyager--Dura Ace Crank with 68.2 BCD

Cleaning up a bike for a friend. He has thousand of miles on this sucker from 1974 on! The Dura Ace Crank is fine, but an old Campy 68.2 BCD looks to be impossible. I have checked ebay for chainrings, but no go.

Best I can think of is to use a Velo Orange crankset to make it look sort of vintage. Most of the alternate used cranksets also have thrashed chainrings too.

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There is an austrailian company called cyclingunderground that will machine a new chainring tinjust about any bcd for pretty reasonable cost. Forget the link but you can probably google it or seach the fixie forum. Thinking about getting some 151 chainrings cut.
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You could go with an old TA Cyclotouriste with a 50.4bcd. PM me if your interested I have a set and a bunch of chainrings with plenty of life in them.
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Originally Posted by chi-james
There is an austrailian company called cyclingunderground that will machine a new chainring tinjust about any bcd for pretty reasonable cost. Forget the link but you can probably google it or seach the fixie forum. Thinking about getting some 151 chainrings cut.
Good on ya. I emailed them to ask about the rings. Sounds like a good option.
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