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    46T chainrings for 110 BDC in stock anywhere?

    Looking for a 46T chainring for compact set. The few places I looked didn't sell them or out of stock. LBS only has them for 130BDC. Anyone know where these are in stock?

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    I have a barely used FSA one at home that I haven't used in close to 2 years. New or close to it, maybe Ebay?

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    nothing on ebay

    Quote Originally Posted by krisdrum
    I have a barely used FSA one at home that I haven't used in close to 2 years. New or close to it, maybe Ebay?
    Been looking at ebay sporatically - nothing righht now

    If your interested in selling - email me @ KMan19348@yahoo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMan
    Been looking at ebay sporatically - nothing righht now

    If your interested in selling - email me @ KMan19348@yahoo.com
    I'll take a look at it tonight and see if it is worthy of a new home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMan
    Looking for a 46T chainring for compact set. The few places I looked didn't sell them or out of stock. LBS only has them for 130BDC. Anyone know where these are in stock?

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    Michael
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    http://www.bikeman.com/CR0466.html

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    cyclocrossworld has Thornes...

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    Bikeman

    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRivet
    Saw that one already - it's only for a single ring set up - I'm using 2 rings so I need it ramped and pinned.

    Thanks though

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    Vuelta.

    I bought a chainring from them last year and they ship super fast.

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    Well, if you can't find a 46t ring that is ramped and pinned, you can buy the Salsa then drill and tap a 4mm hole then put in a 4mm bolt for the pin. A local Norcal shop did this for me, when I used a Salsa 45t ring and I kept having problems with the chain.

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    I'm running a salsa 45 with a vuelta 39 and in all honesty the shifting isn't too bad. Yeah it may be quicker with ramps and pins, but in all honestly I don't think it is that horrible without them.
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    i'm just using stuff off Mt bikes for the 110 cranks... of course I'm just using Mt Bike cranks for the 110 anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMan
    Saw that one already - it's only for a single ring set up - I'm using 2 rings so I need it ramped and pinned.

    Thanks though
    Bzzt. Thanks for playing.

    I've raced on a 44/38 and 46/38 combos with generic stamped (no pins, no ramps) outer rings with plenty acceptable shifting. If the rings are within 6-10 teeth, it will shift just fine without the fancy doodads.
    Pro rep, yo!

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    CXWorld has them - for a price

    Quote Originally Posted by KMan
    Looking for a 46T chainring for compact set. The few places I looked didn't sell them or out of stock. LBS only has them for 130BDC. Anyone know where these are in stock?

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    Michael
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    CXWorld has the Thornes...ramped and pinned in a 46t 110bcd for 49.99

    http://cyclocrossworld.stores.yahoo.net/thkoouch.html
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    dont know what kind of crank your running right now but you can buy a fsa gossomer crank for $105 from benscycle.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripped
    Bzzt. Thanks for playing.

    I've raced on a 44/38 and 46/38 combos with generic stamped (no pins, no ramps) outer rings with plenty acceptable shifting. If the rings are within 6-10 teeth, it will shift just fine without the fancy doodads.

    Same here. Never noticed it as a problem.

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    $50 for the Thorne isn't too bad...The FSA retails for $45-50 depending on where you get it.

    Your LBS can get it from QBP. Instock now CR4033
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    LBS got me a 46T FSA a few years ago in 110 BCD, pinned and ramped. Works wonderfully.

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