Rotor 3DF 52/36 To 50/34

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ramchip
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by ramchip

Just purchased a new bike with a Rotor 3DF(110MM) 52/36. Can I simply replace the chainrings with something like the Extralite OctaRamp RC-2 (50/34) plus also change the bolts?

I'm new to the world of Weight Weenies so please be gentle with me.

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743power
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by 743power

Yes this is no problem.
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by NiFTY

And adust the front derailleur.
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