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Old 02-16-15, 11:53 AM
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Chainring Identification

These chainrings showed up elsewhere on the interwebs, and the owner is does not know the origins of them. Does anyone perchance recognize them? Apparently there are no markings other than the number of teeth, followed by a J.

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Old 02-16-15, 01:31 PM
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I can't help out with the ID, but they sure are interesting looking.
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AFAIK, Campagnolo only made rings up to 57T, so it's a third-party ring. Stronglight and TA used to offer custom rings in just about any size, and left the cut-outs to the customer.
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
AFAIK, Campagnolo only made rings up to 57T, so it's a third-party ring. Stronglight and TA used to offer custom rings in just about any size, and left the cut-outs to the customer.
Well it appears to be 54T you can't rule out thatit's a Campy based on number of teeth. However, it appears that the cutouts are skimming the markings, so it probably wasn't sold that way.
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