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Good online source for chainrings....(7 posts)

Good online source for chainrings....Steve_O
Jul 18, 2003 7:55 AM
Anyone?

Lots of people out there with standard 52-53t rings but I'm looking for a 130mm 48t replacement ring (and I'd love to find a black chainring ala FSA or Truvativ ;-)..
re: Good online source for chainrings....saltytri
Jul 18, 2003 10:45 AM
peterwhitecycles.com

harriscyclery.com
Yeah... But....Steve_O
Jul 18, 2003 11:11 AM
I took a look at Peter White's chainring page but they only offer Speciality TA which are a little spendy to bolt onto a Shimano 105 crankset. Harris uses the QBP Expanded listing which a million other shop websites use (same products and prices for everyone)....

Steve-O (I guess I'll have to pony up and buy Salsa rings.......)
Yeah... But....xcandrew
Jul 19, 2003 6:46 PM
Any local bike shop can (and does regularly) order from QBP, so you can check locally too. Unlike you, I've found that different shop websites do have different prices in their QBP listings though I haven't tried ordering.
If you care...CurtSD
Jul 21, 2003 12:36 PM
The TA rings have shift pins. Many of the cheaper rings don't.
I've heard good things...Steve_O
Jul 21, 2003 1:13 PM
Supposedly TA rings are the best! Just a little pricy to bolt up to a new 105 crank.
re: Good online source for chainrings....The Walrus
Jul 18, 2003 11:04 AM
www.cyclocrossworld.com

www.schwabcycles.com

www.excelsports.com (look under road bike chainrings)