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chainring failure
« on: May 02, 2014, 15:22 »
This my LBS owner. great guy. Is this an issue? he is subjecting it to atypical sideload

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    Re: chainring failure
    « Reply #1 on: June 17, 2014, 17:50 »
    When I used to ride trails, I'd jam the chainring on something every once in a while. A log, a ditch, something. I suppose that might be more hazardous in such a situation. I can't see it being much of an issue on a road bike. Until you crashed and bent the chainring and couldn't ride home.

    You know whose opinion I would value on this, though? Busted knuckle or RDV4Roubaix. But RDV4 has gone off the forums, leaving bk all alone. I don't know who else has that good LBS experience.
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    Re: chainring failure
    « Reply #2 on: July 17, 2014, 13:44 »
    Nice Bunnies in the background..what manufacturer? Let me guess, either FSA or scram(sram)...race to the bottom for both these makers..what ever is cheapest(but it's so light!!)..

    Not surprised.
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