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    Looking for 40T spiderless direct mount chainring

    I'm trying to find a 40T spiderless direct mount chainring for a SS bike I am building.
    Anyone know of any other than this SRAM one?
    https://www.sram.com/sram/mountain/p...nt-chain-rings

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    If you don't already have the crank, you may look at a Paul crankset but they only have a 39 then jump to 44...

    Mountain Single Speed Crank from Paul Component Engineering

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    Even though it's not listed, I'm sure they'll fire one up for you. I've purchased several rings from him and they are always quick at producing and shipping whatever Ive asked for. To my door in the US, in less than a week from ship date (with tracking info).

    Chainrings RC - GarbaruK

    They produce SRAM (and Hollowgram) spiderless OVAL rings as well. That's what I currently run on my SS rig.

    Chainrings MELON - GarbaruK

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