e*thirteen Shift Chainring Chainring

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Replace your worn-out chainrings with the e.thirteen Shift Chainring. These ultra-durable aluminum jobbers take the place of any of your beat-to-hell stock rings.

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2004 Giant Rainier, won't shift to smallest chainring, BB & crank issues?

I bought a used 2004 Rainier hardtail. Has Deore LX front derailleur, seems to be stock according to: [url]http://www.bikepedia.com/quickbike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=2004&Brand=Giant&Model=Rainier&Type=bike[/url] Can't shift it to the smallest chainring!! I fiddled with the cable & High/Low scre ... Read More »

Chainring with no shift ramps and pins

I receive a Raceface chainring as a gift. Will this work with any 2x9 with Blackspire stinger CG and bash set up? [IMG]http://raceface.com/comp/229/full.jpg[/IMG]Read More »

chain skips middle chainring on up shift and down shift.

Good news. I completely added Sram x7 shifters and der's on my bike and added an x0 cassette. My bike shifts very nicely. Now to the problem. My wifes mountainbike. I put on my x3 rear der and shifters. Used my old wheels. everything works well. I have the rear der working fine. The pro ... Read More »

Cant shift into large chainring-help (just replaced crankset)

I just bent a chainring and had to replace my entire crankset. The crankset install went OK I thought. Now, I am trying to get just front derailleur adjusted. However, once I adjust the front derailleur to where it shifts smoothly into 1 and 2 - I cant get it to shift into 3. To be clear, I CANT e ... Read More »

Q: shift ramps and pins on middle chainring ?

I have a silly question here... When installing a middle chainring that has shift ramps and pins, does it matter [i]at all[/i] as to where they're placed, in relation to the direction of where a crankarm is pointed at? I ask this because I'm thiniking of rotating the ring once in a while (for ... Read More »

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