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 Post subject: FSA Chainring...
PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2005 5:30 pm 
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I'm looking for this 46T chainring from FSA. Looks like the Super road compact chainring but the FSA website doesn't say anything about a size 46T in compact.. only size 50T.

If you know where to get it online or any other information please let me know! Thanks!

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2005 6:06 pm 
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hey mads, AEBike has them:

FSA
FSA ATB 8/9sp 46t 110mm Black Chainring (CR4067)
$38.25


http://aebike.com/site/page.cfm?PageID= ... 149&type=T


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Arh - THANKS! It's atb - not super road as I thought!! Thanks you very much - now I know what to look for!!

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I didn't even notice the ATB part. I've ordered a 48t FSA for my road compact crank that looks just like the 50 that came with it so they probably make what you need.
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Anyone knows where to get this chainring in europe?

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e.g.
http://www.bikeimperium.de/product_info ... ts_id=3112


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Why FSA? TA Specialities looks similar and is better @ equal price...

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Do you have a picture of a similar TA chainring? I like the look of the FSA chainring - not a tiny ring but looks massive like DA 53T chainring :-)

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http://www.bikespecialties.com/parts.html

Here is their website..


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Boogie wrote:
http://www.bikespecialties.com/parts.html

Here is their website..


No it's wrong.. I couldn't find their site


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I found a picture

http://www.bike2build.nl/fotogroot/tasp ... goa39t.jpg

I use the same, and no problems.


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Hmmm...that bike looks familiar :D

Mads, PM me if you need help getting one of those rings.

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Hello Zank - I only found a picture of the cranks! Let me see the complete bike if you have a picture - thanks!

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Hi Mads,
Here is a pic of the whole bike and a link to the whole gallery. It is owned by a fellow in Ontario, Canada. Thanks for looking! I'm curious how you found that one pic though. Have fun on the new Ridley!

http://tinyurl.com/dh4fz


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I just did a google on "FSA 46T cross" and found the picture onn road reviews in the cross section (have to be member to see the pictures).

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