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    104mm 38T ring with ramps/pins?

    Anyone make a 38T middle ring in a 104mm 4 bolt pattern?

    I'd like to run like a 24/38 combo on a dual ring setup with a chainguide, but the best I can find so far is a 36T middle ring in that bolt pattern. The only other thing I could find was DH single rings with no ramps pins, which I'm guessing would not work well on a dual ring system.

    Thanks in advance

    Todd

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    Truvativ makes a 38T pinned/ramp ring - its cheap. Bikeman sells them.

    I run 24 Shimano/38 Truvativ/40T max e13 Supercharger with SRAM 11-32 cassette on my all-purpose FS bike.
    Last edited by syadasti; 01-11-2005 at 06:33 PM.

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    probly raceface

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    Yep Truvativ...

    as syadasti pointed out Truvativ makes a 38t x 104 ramped/pinned ring for dual ring applications. Since your from Ute I would suggest giving Truvativ a call and ordering direct. Because Bikeman, great online shop BTW, is on the wrong coast it may take a bit longer to ship, if they even have it in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syadasti
    Truvativ makes a 38T pinned/ramp ring - its cheap. Bikeman sells them.

    I run 24 Shimano/38 Truvativ/40T max e13 Supercharger with SRAM 11-32 cassette on my all-purpose FS bike.
    I've looking for a 38T also.

    The only 38T Truvativ ring I could find on Bikeman's site was the 4mm DH version.

    Maybe I'm blind.
    "Korash your enemiez, zee zem driven bevore you, and ear ze lamentation of za vemen"

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    I've got an extra 4-bolt truvativ big ring, I'm pretty sure its 38T (have to dig it out and check) . I've never used it, it came right off for a bash guard. PM if you're interested, I'll let it go for cheap.



    Edit- actually, its a 44t, ramped an pinned. Came with a set of OEM '03 hussefelts I bought and says "trushift" on it. It has more scratches than I remembered too from sittingaround in the back of my jeep for a couple months, but its still in close to new condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e<i>o
    I've looking for a 38T also.

    The only 38T Truvativ ring I could find on Bikeman's site was the 4mm DH version.

    Maybe I'm blind.
    I bought two from them - give them a call on the phone - special order items aren't listed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by e[i
    o]I've looking for a 38T also.

    The only 38T Truvativ ring I could find on Bikeman's site was the 4mm DH version.

    Maybe I'm blind.
    You can also order direct from Truvativ, really it's not that hard. [/i]

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