R9100 power meter + Osymetric aero rings

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nickyb
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by nickyb

I now realise they're not compatible due to the width of the crank arm :(

What are my options for running Osymetric rings on this power meter? Will the standard (non-TT) rings fit?

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by BikeKingV1r

I don’t see why not. There might have to be some slight modifications but even on something as big as the Pioneer PM you can fit a lot of different ring setup with little to no work.

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by ms6073

What I learned with Absolute Balcks ecentric rings the shape of the spider at the attach point closest to the crank arm is flared outwards slightly, thus the big ring cannot be installed unless I want to take a dremel to the attach point of the ring itself.
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