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    Need Truvative mtb 22t v3 Chainring

    I need a replacement Truvative mtb 22t V3 steel chainring

    Would this Truvative Trushift 22T chainring work for me, or is it different Truvativ Trushift Chainring > Components > Drivetrain > Chainrings | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

    I found an aluminum one at bicycle hero, but could not find a steel one TRUVATIV BIKE BICYCLE CHAINRING 22T 104mm

    Or does anyone know of another place to find a mtb 22t V3 steel chainring?
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    Bill

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    A couple of teeth broke off the chainring, probably due to shifting. I bought the whole crankset online somewhere. I read SRAM's warranty that you have to go through the retailer, right?

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    We will need better information about your crankset so we can help you.

    Most people who have a Truvative crank with steel chainrings have an OEM crankset which has chainrings riveted to the crank arms. These are not designed to be replaceable. I have a Truvative crankset with the label "X-Flow". The chainrings are steel. No replacement chainrings are available.

    Pictures would be helpful.

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    Thanks. I have an aftermarket Truvative X9 10 speed in the 36Tx22T GXP Thanks Bill Truvativ X9 10-Speed Crankset | SRAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavyRay View Post
    We will need better information about your crankset so we can help you.

    Most people who have a Truvative crank with steel chainrings have an OEM crankset which has chainrings riveted to the crank arms. These are not designed to be replaceable. I have a Truvative crankset with the label "X-Flow". The chainrings are steel. No replacement chainrings are available.

    Pictures would be helpful.
    Most current cranks to the high mid-level (XT, X9) use steel inner rings for more durability. Entirely replaceable.

    Bill, pretty much any brand 64BCD chainring will work.
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    Thanks Bill

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