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    Single speed (4 bolt) spider for x0/x9 double arms...

    The spiders on the x0 and x9 double c/sets are removeable, i heard talk of 104 bcd SS spiders being availble, to make the double chainsets SS ( specialized have these specced on there 1x10 29er stumpy) are these available? if not does anyone know the part number for the triple Spider, and i will just take a grinder to the granny tabs......

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    Nobody?

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    No Sram employees or mods to help or confirm?

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    Probably to new for coments.

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    bump

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    Anyone from Sram able to help?

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    why not a spiderless chain ring?

    Hi,
    I was looking for a SS solution for my 29r and asked some weeks ago to Homebrewedcomponents for a spiderless chainring suitable for Sram cranks... and now it is already available!

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    because i want to use a 34t rotor ring, but thanks anyway........

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    I still cant find any info on this, starting to bug me now......... ;o)

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    They are currently built specifically for Specialized, but will be available for this coming model year, which means soon. Have you local shop check with the SRAM distributor of their choice.
    Chris Hilton

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    I too am looking for an X0 triple spider. Any current updates? I see the 44/33/22 cranksets available online but can't find the spider separately. Anyone know where to get one?

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    Is it just me, or have many people got the 120mm BCD spiders on their X.0 cranks? Haha.

    I suggest trading spiders with an X.9 or X.0 3x9 or 3x10 user.

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    Have a look at this
    The Widgit - Single Chainring for MTB and Road bikes
    I just ordered one for my X9 2x10 cranks.

    Reviews seem good and I like the clean look

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    A bit old, but is there availability for the single speed spider yet? I have a bb30 2x10 and want to convert to single speed up front. Homebrewed direct mount chainring doesn't seem to be an option and the mrp bling ring doesn't work right with bb30 cranks(I have it, also want to down to a smaller chainring). The widgit seems a bit pricey and coming from Oceania, I don't feel like waiting. I was planning on getting the 3x10 spider and hacking off the granny gear tabs, but would prefer a cheaper/easier option. anything out there yet?
    "The future belongs to those that believe in the beauty of their dreams."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frodo1095 View Post
    Have a look at this
    The Widgit - Single Chainring for MTB and Road bikes
    I just ordered one for my X9 2x10 cranks.

    Reviews seem good and I like the clean look
    Why not just get a chainguide? Does the same thing right? How is it 'revolutionary'?
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