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replacing chain rings on double ring cranks

Old 10-24-09, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by lambo_vt View Post
Whoah dude.

A link on that page says "chainrings". Clicking that then I can click a link that says 110 bcd. OP didn't say he wanted 39t till later. Don't forget to take your stress medicine.

I'm sure you'll be around to help out the next time someone posts "Hey guys is BikesDirect any good?" or "Should I buy a Trek or a Specialized?" or "Should I wear underwear under my bibs?"
Apparently I stepped on the wrong uptight roadies' toes. Everyone who responded with answers along the lines of "google it" apparently needs to relax a bit more than I do. The guy asked a question with an easy answer. Why not just help him out?

I did mix up the OP with the later poster who wanted a 39T ring. Forgive me, kind sir

BTW, your first two questions, and my list of "joke" questions, are the types of threads that I'd expect to see a bunch of BS in, hence why I rarely bother to even peek at those threads.
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Old 10-24-09, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by joejack951 View Post
Apparently I stepped on the wrong uptight roadies' toes. Everyone who responded with answers along the lines of "google it" apparently needs to relax a bit more than I do. The guy asked a question with an easy answer. Why not just help him out?

I did mix up the OP with the later poster who wanted a 39T ring. Forgive me, kind sir

BTW, your first two questions, and my list of "joke" questions, are the types of threads that I'd expect to see a bunch of BS in, hence why I rarely bother to even peek at those threads.
ahahaha you sure got me there

It's bikeforums so it's probably best to expect BS in a BS thread.
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Old 10-24-09, 01:22 PM
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Try this.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=100bcd+inner+chainring
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Old 10-24-09, 04:29 PM
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inner chainring is messed up and missing a tooth not for shifting...its not on a shimano crank. its on an 80's road frame with sugino cranks thanks for the assumptions and smart ass replies this thread has made me laugh. like i said google gave me a lot of ss chainrings not the same thing as a double chainring now is it.
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Originally Posted by dinosore View Post
inner chainring is messed up and missing a tooth not for shifting...its not on a shimano crank. its on an 80's road frame with sugino cranks thanks for the assumptions and smart ass replies this thread has made me laugh. like i said google gave me a lot of ss chainrings not the same thing as a double chainring now is it.


If you know so much, go find the damn thing yourself.
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Old 10-24-09, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by dinosore View Post
inner chainring is messed up and missing a tooth not for shifting...its not on a shimano crank. its on an 80's road frame with sugino cranks thanks for the assumptions and smart ass replies this thread has made me laugh. like i said google gave me a lot of ss chainrings not the same thing as a double chainring now is it.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=110bcd+inner+chainring
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