Product DescriptionReplace 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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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 »
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