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    Changing Sram 1250 chain rings

    I have a '12 Specialized Camber Comp 29er with SRAM S-1250, 10 x 2 speed XC Trail, PF30 spindle crankset. I rarely use the small 22t chain ring and would like to upgrade to a 26t ring. Would this work?

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    57 hits no, input?

    How about this question what does "armxBCD: 4x64mm" mean? Is it 64mm between crank bolts?
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    BCD = bolt circle diameter
    Which means if you could draw a circle through all 4 bolts it would be 64mm in diameter.

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    I'm pretty sure that SRAM 2x10 rings are 120mm BCD on the big ring and 80mm for the small ring. You'll need an 80mm small chain ring.

    I have two bikes, one set up as a 39/26 with a 12/36 cassette and one set up as a 38/24 with a 11/36. I personally prefer the 38/24, but I occasionally wander into some places with steep climbs.
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    Thanks for the info
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