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    ISAR chainring

    Just wanted to give yet another shout about the ISAR chainrings. Rec'd mine today. Quality is fantastic, most round of any ring I've used to date. Really light, 30g, and great finish. Awesome job, Dan.

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    What specifically did you get?

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    Red ano, 32t for M960.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS-Dad
    Red ano, 32t for M960.
    So aluminum huh? He seems to think they won't last very long. I hope you prove him wrong. Enjoy!

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    Steve,
    Thanks alot for the kind words.. i definately wouldnt be in business if it werent for you guys and your awesome reviews and for MTBR for letting me post my stuff up in the first place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wish I Were Riding
    So aluminum huh? He seems to think they won't last very long. I hope you prove him wrong. Enjoy!
    I guess i wasnt too clear on that, i was refering to aluminum cogs, not chainrings. Cogs generally rotate alot more than a chainring, so in theory, if you have a 16t cog, it'll wear twice as fast as a 32t chainring.
    I run aluminum on my own bike if that says anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wish I Were Riding
    So aluminum huh? He seems to think they won't last very long. I hope you prove him wrong. Enjoy!
    The chianrings are also symmetric side to side, so once it wears, you can flip the ring and use the untouched sides of the teeth.

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