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Decent budget chainring with 110 BCD

Old 05-12-21, 01:43 AM
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Decent budget chainring with 110 BCD

Morning all,

Title says it all really; are there any affordable decent SS chainrings that come in 110 bcd?

thanks in advance!

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Old 05-12-21, 07:47 AM
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Sugino. Probably the best quality option in 110bcd.
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Originally Posted by Dylansbob View Post
Sugino. Probably the best quality option in 110bcd.
Absolutely the best option... The Sugino XD2 is a 110BCD crankset I ran with a single ring for days.
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A lot of bmx chainrings are 110bcd
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Wolftooth has a lot of Single Speed chainrings, and I believe they are generally well received.

Not the cheapest, but I believe generally good quality.
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I used a bunch of cheap 110 BCD rings on my bike when it had a 110 BCD crank. As long as you don't use a ramped/pinned chainring with a really crooked chainline, pretty much anything should work.
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