Sram Force with praxis rings

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Stockie
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by Stockie

Hi,

Is there someone on the forum that has praxis rings installed on a first generation Sram Force crankset?
I've seen that the transition between the spider and the rings wouldn't be as smooth as it is with Shimano cranks, but that is on the second gen Sram cranks…

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hmai18
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Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada.

by hmai18

Having owned the 1st gen Force cranks with CT2 rings, I'm willing to bet that the transition will be similar on the 2nd gen cranks.

Stockie
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by Stockie

Hmm, then i'll just get some Sram Red Black rings, they are cheaper too… :)
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mjduct
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by mjduct

I need to get a good photo to show how they work on Rotor Cranks...

AptosBigRing
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by AptosBigRing

Hey guys... there are tons of photos in our Customer Pic album.
There are Rotor cranks and SRAM also so you can visually see.

Album - https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.210246239045236.47374.137176093018918&type=3

We started this album specifically so customers could show off their setups for others to see. Hope this helps.

Adam @ Praxis
Praxis Works
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Santa Cruz, CA
www.praxis-works.com

Ozrider
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by Ozrider

The Praxis rings are stiffer and definitely improve shifting. There is a thread with feedback.
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