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    Anyone make a 5x110mm 42t chainring?

    I'm pretty sure Surly doesn't, but I'd like to go with a nice steel chainring for the new Il Pompino frame I have yet to build.

    Thanks.

    Colin
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    It's not sexy, but it'll get the job done. You can get it in silver or black.

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    Profile BMX. They are aluminum though, but nice. I ran a 34t one for awhile.

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    Salsa makes one as well but it's aluminum and doesn't come in black. It is single speed specific though, and isn't too expensive:

    http://www.speedgoat.com/product.asp...t=50&brand=216

    Cheaper here:

    http://aebike.com/site/page.cfm?PageID=30&SKU=CR4360

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    I swapped over a specialites TA 110mm/42t from my CX racer to my 29" Fisher until I find a 44t within my budget somewhere. Smaller 110 rings are rare. Try find a 33t! (yes, I know, TA...)

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    Thanks guys. However, what I meant to say was a 'steel' 5x110mm 42t chainring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by futonrvltnst
    Thanks guys. However, what I meant to say was a 'steel' 5x110mm 42t chainring.
    No straight cut 42t in steel that I have seen. The aluminum rings should hold up well.
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