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    34t Ring for Truvativ?

    It's a 4-hole job. A 32t comes on the Bianchi SISS.

    Is there something out there that will bolt on? Truvativ didn't make one last time I checked. And I've been out of the loop for a while.
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    Me thinks that any 4 bolt 104 chainring will work. Spot makes a fresh one. It is very quiet compared to my 36t Salsa. e-13 makes some light rings too.

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    You need something like that

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    Maurice

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    Thanks. I knew I'd come to the right place. Hmmmm, maybe a 36t too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice
    You need something like that

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    Maurice
    exactly. that's what i'm running on mine. 34t, 4-bolt, team stylo


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    Truvative DH

    I've got a 34 tooth Truvative DH ring on my Truvative cranks.
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    Hey
    Sorry I don't mean to hijack but with the Truvativ Stylo would it make a difference if I took the bash guard off and ran the ring on the outside of the spyder instead of the inside where the it normally sits. I don't think it would change the chain line all that much, would it?

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    It will change the chainline...

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailVictim
    Hey
    Sorry I don't mean to hijack but with the Truvativ Stylo would it make a difference if I took the bash guard off and ran the ring on the outside of the spyder instead of the inside where the it normally sits. I don't think it would change the chain line all that much, would it?
    Exactly the same amount as the width of the chainring mounting tabs on the crankset. You'll also have to get some shorter, track chainring bolts to run the single ring.

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    I done it

    I took the bash ring off mine. Works fine. Like Nater said, you will need some shorter chainring bolts.
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