lightweight 56t Chainring

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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jens
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by jens

What's a good, lightweight 56 chainring for Shimano? I'm currently
running a Salsa that feels like a bit of a clunker.
How are the Shimano Tri one && the Stronglight?


thanks in advance,


Jens

PNuT
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by PNuT

jens wrote:What's a good, lightweight 56 chainring for Shimano? I'm currently
running a Salsa that feels like a bit of a clunker.
How are the Shimano Tri one && the Stronglight?


thanks in advance,


Jens


are you using a single ring set up?

if you are try these ;-)

http://www.fibre-lyte.co.uk/

jens
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by jens

Unfortunately not. I'm going for a 56-44 or 56-42.
I assume ramped and pinned chainrings are necessary,
or at least worthwhile for that.

--Jens

PSTOST
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by PSTOST

Tiso Tri chainrings are availeble in 56t - it says 119gr on the webside - www.tisobike.com

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