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My riding is recreational, and I have been updating an '85 Cannondale SR300 from it's original components. I have replaced things as they needed repair. I'm at the point now where it would be mainly cosmetic. I have found MOWA chainrings on ebay, and was wondering if anyone has any experience, or knowledge pertaining to their performance.

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Those do look nice...

As far as the anodizing, as far as I know the hard-anodizing only comes in one color: dark grey. So, I'm guessing the Mowa stuff has the regular anodizing.
 

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The part that caught my attention was the BLK/RED chainring, but I'm considering some of the valve caps/screws too. I wasn't big on the fact that they are mainly distributed through Asian companies, and almost all their listings, if not all, are listed by a Taiwanese seller.
 

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I have their chainring bolts on 3 bikes, along with star nuts and waterbottle cages...no problems.
Be careful when tightening the water bottles cage nuts.

edit: making consideration to use their chainrings.
 

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Damn, there goes the whole look of the bike. :)
 

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check out KCNC, FAR and NEAR, and Aerozine, too...there may be a couple others out there...HOPE, purelycustom.com
 

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Cool will do during my recovery cup o coffee.
 
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