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CdaleR4000si
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by CdaleR4000si

Does anyone know where I can get blue chainrings? I have been looking for months, but can only find black and silver.
Thanks

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brianwchan
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by brianwchan

I think ta specialites (spelling?) will have it. Google it up.

CdaleR4000si
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by CdaleR4000si

Thanks, I will check them out.

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by cadence90

Specialites TA are available (inl. blue, depending on size) through the site sponsor Gypzybikz:
http://www.starbike.com/php/product_list.php?prodcatid=7&lang=en&Hersteller=Specialites+TA&Kategorie=&filter_submit=GO
I think Tiso also make blue rings.
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by CdaleR4000si

Thanks cadence90, looks like its time to give the Visa card a workout.

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CdaleR4000si wrote:Does anyone know where I can get blue chainrings? I have been looking for months, but can only find black and silver.
Thanks
TA, as mentioned earlier, but ask whoever you get them from to check the colour matches as it varies between batches.

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LJ
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Does anyone know where to get hold of TA Hegoa chainrings in silver? Tried Gypzybikz, only available in black?

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by fdegrove

Hi,

Does anyone know where to get hold of TA Hegoa chainrings in silver?


Check with your local distributor and his dealers.
Ours carries the black Hegoa chainrings but should be able to backorder it for you.
You can of course also e-mail Starbike's commercial department to see if they can help you out.

http://www.specialites-ta.com/distributeurs.htm

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LJ
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by LJ

Thanks for the reply. All of those avenues have been explored. The black rings are fairly easy to get hold of, its the silver I want though! Do TA even produce the Heoga rings in silver anymore? :?

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by fdegrove

Hi,

Do TA even produce the Heoga rings in silver anymore?


Actually that wouldn't surprise me all that much as the silver one hardly distinguishes itself from the common Shimano/Campa offerings.
The colour-anodized ones are eaily spotted though...

Strangely enough, when going to TA's website and looking for the Hegoa range a silver chainring is staring you in the face.... :lol:

I can't say I've ever seen a silver one from them though.....

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