Sugino Chain Ring Chainring

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Sugino 46t, 48t chainrings are strong and lightweight ringsThat are compatible with Sugino Messenger and Single Speed cranksets. Replacment RD2 rings Teeth: 46, 48Teeth Bolt Pattern: 5-Bolt Chainring BCD: 130 mm Position: Single

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