potentially dumb question (Campy Chainrings)

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mjduct
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by mjduct

does anyone make cylcocross sized chainrings in a campy 135 BCD?

Thanks!

visscher
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by visscher

Thorne makes some chainrings. Zonconato also makes some. Campy makes cross rings but I think they typically have to many teeth....

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mjduct
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by mjduct

still looking, the ones I could find were Thornes in a single speed/bashguard setup...

any other ideas?!

c50jim
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by c50jim

Ribble (www.ribblecycles.co.uk) lists Stronglights. Their prices are good and shipping to Canada is quick (arrive in a week or so) so should be good to you too.


mjduct
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by mjduct

c50jim wrote:Ribble (http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;) lists Stronglights. Their prices are good and shipping to Canada is quick (arrive in a week or so) so should be good to you too.



thanks for this link, It doesn't look like the campy 135 spacing allows for anything less than a 39 inner ring, but I can at least shrink down my out ring to a 44 or something more reasonable!

Thank you again!!!

Hein
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by Hein

That's right: 39T is the smallest chainring you fit on to an BCD 135mm crank. Shimano is 130 mm BCD and will take an 38T chainring.
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