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    The size of a chainring (often expressed in terms of the amount of teeth on it, e.g. a 53t ring) plays a direct role in your bike's gearing, with bigger rings meaning a higher (harder to push) gear and smaller rings a lower (easier to push) gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanE View Post
    Does your 52T need to be replaced? If not, and you are just looking to "upgrade", then yes, you are wasting your money.
    ^^^This.^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lombard View Post
    ^^^This.^^^
    Well - hold on there bucky beaver.

    Is this bicycle a Single Speed??
    (a) pound of chocolate milk weighs more than a pound of regular milk.

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