FSA BCD Chainrings

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MSRP : $35.00

Product Description

FSA Chainring 130mm BCD For Road Cranks. Designed for perfect, spot-on shifting. The FSA Pro series chainring is found standard on some of the finest bikes on the market. Ramped and pinned for precision performance.

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Chain Rings for 144 BCD?

The bike is an '84 Raleigh Super Course. The crank is stamped with the Raleigh logo. The existing BCD for that crank is 144 mm. The existing chain rings are 52 x 42. I'd like to change these to something a bit more hill-friendly if I can; a 50 x 34 or even a 53 x 39. But the commonly available ... Read More »

What BCD are these Stronglight rings?

Any idea what the outer set of holes has for a BCD? Thanks...[ATTACH=CONFIG]292320[/ATTACH]Read More »

campag chain ring alternative bcd 110

hi all new to forum and have a question i hope someone can answer. going touring in spain for 7 days and have a road bike with campag 9 speed xenon set up,i used it in wales a couple of yrs ago and it was a bit tough on the hills,im told the climbs are not as steep but are much longer so am looking ... Read More »

2014 36/52 bcd?

Does anyone know BCD? Do I have to use proprietary Campy chainrings? Or would TA, SRAM work?Read More »

Road crankset with 104 BCD 4-bolt spider?

I have a road bike, a Renovo Elwood, which is built up with a Gates belt and Alfine-11 hub. To get the gearing I want, I need to use a 4-bolt 104 BCD spider, but I would like a low Q-factor road crank. The 68 mm outboard bottom bracket takes a 24 mm spindle or SRAM GXP, and I want 175 mm arms in bla ... Read More »

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