Tiso Chain Rings

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zoey
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by zoey

Anyone using these? They look svelte. :hmm:
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by popawheelie

I bought some and they didn't work. I think I might have had 9 speed rings. In the big ring when I stood up on the pedals the chain would slip. like when you have a worn cog in the rear.
Just make sure they are 10 speed.

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popawheelie wrote:I bought some and they didn't work. I think I might have had 9 speed rings. In the big ring when I stood up on the pedals the chain would slip. like when you have a worn cog in the rear.
Just make sure they are 10 speed.


What did they weigh?
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by popawheelie

Sorry Zoey, I didn't weigh them. I didn't have my scale at the time. They were 50-42T and they were silver. They might have been an older model. I dodn't know. They weren't ramped or pinned either.
I weigh everything now that comes off the bike or comes in now. Over the winter I'll take it apart and weigh everything.

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by Superlite

Hey popawheelie,

Wanna do me and Zoey a favor of weighing those chainrings for us now? I'm still looking for chainrings and this may be the one to get. It would only take 5 min.

PLEASE!!!! :D

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SL here is a link to the weight http://www.cyclinginnovations.com/newsite/products/tiso/ShimanoChainrgs.html Your Pulsion rings are lighter. :?
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danielgillett

by danielgillett

Zoey & Superlite,

I am currently a user of many Tiso chainrings, here are my weights:

Chrono TT - 53t = 109.7g
XL Titanium - 53t = 104.8g
Standard Road - 53t = 82.9g
Standard Road - 42t = 42.8
Standard Road - 39t = 39.6

These rings are 135BCD (Campag Record), and for 10V.

:arrow: The Chrono chainring is a beast!
:arrow: The XL Titanium is very stiff and wears out very slow.
:arrow: The standard road chainrings are good, I use them for training.

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