42/44t 110 BCD chainring

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Westifer12
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by Westifer12

Just like the title says, is anybody out there making a 42 or 44t chainring with ramps and pins, 110 BCD?
2011 Trek Paragon 29er | Reba XX 120mm Fork | XX Drivetrain | 160mm White/Carbon Exiler CR Brakes | Thomson 90mm Stem & Post | Easton Monkey Lite Bar | X.9 Hubs to DT Swiss X470's | Schwalbe Rocket Rons


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Westifer12
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by Westifer12

Awesome, thanks a bunch! :thumbup:

What do people think about running a 42/44 x 36/38 and a 12x25 cass :noidea: ? Here is Seattle it'll be wet and muddy all season and I'm wanting to spend 90% of the time in the 42/44 with the 36/38 there just for really hilly courses. Thoughts?
2011 Trek Paragon 29er | Reba XX 120mm Fork | XX Drivetrain | 160mm White/Carbon Exiler CR Brakes | Thomson 90mm Stem & Post | Easton Monkey Lite Bar | X.9 Hubs to DT Swiss X470's | Schwalbe Rocket Rons

voodoojar
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by voodoojar

I'd just run a bigger rear cassette like an 11-32 and 46 /36 up front, that should cover 99% of what you need. I have never done a cross race in Seattle so its hard to say for sure.

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by slyboots

Specialites TA Zephyr outer rings start from 40T.

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