I have an XTR M960 crankset with a 32T middle ring and 44T big ring, I am a little unsure which Rohloff cog I can use with the chainrings. I think if I use my 32T ring I would need a 13T cog to comply with Rohloffs permissible sprocket ratio. If I did use a 13T cog I think it would mess up my chain line. If I use my 44T big ring I could use a 17T cog which would work but again I don't know if my chain line would be off. Anyway if you have any input on the matter it would be greatly appreciated, I really don't want to buy a new crankset. Thanks.
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