Surly Stainless Steel Ring Chainring

3/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $62.00


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Product Description

Surly Stainless Chainring for singlespeed use. No ramps or shift gates For use with 6-9 speed chains, 1/2"x3/32" Incredibly strong and durable!


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by James a Racer

Date Reviewed: April 24, 2012

Strengths:    Look great, durable, long lasting, IT WORKS!

Weaknesses:    Mine wasn't exactly "round"

Bottom Line:   
Cheaper than fancy aluminum ones and will prob last the lifetime of my ride.

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Favorite Trail:   Mt. Gretna

Similar Products Used:   Race face

Bike Setup:   07' Redline Monocog flight 29

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by ned a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: April 17, 2012

Strengths:    shininess.

Weaknesses:    Weakness.

Bottom Line:   
Last night, I installed the 104bcd 35 tooth variant of this ring on my single speed along with a new freewheel and chain. I rode to a park by my house this afternoon to ride some trails. Right as I got there, I was on my way up a big climb and I was really mashing. In the middle of the hill, I managed to bend an arc between two bolts into a crimped point with the teeth facing outward. The bolts were torqued appropriately to about 75 inch pounds, and stayed in place. My chain was an appropriately tight 8 speed, and my 16 tooth freewheel was a brand new white ind.

Looking on the internet, i can see that I am not the only person who has had this problem, and I will be writing qbp/surly a letter tomorrow looking for a refund.

Aluminum is a far better chainring material.

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Similar Products Used:   Salsa 34 tooth


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Surly Stainless Steel Chain Ring 32t + 9spd = tight fit

Hi, I just got one of these on amazon (niagra cycle works) Surly Stainless Steel Chain Ring 32t, 104BCD,4-Bolt And plan on running it on a transition blindside in 1x9 config with a chain guide After installing on a saint crank w/ decent chain line and appropriate chain length. I noticed that ... Read More »

1x9 with Stainless Steel front ring?

I have converted to a 1x9 setup - since I don't need shifting ramps and pin on the front ring, it opens the options for chainrings I can use... I was thinking to use a Stainless Steel front ring - I use stainless steel cog and ring on my singlespeed, and they just don't wear out.... thought it ... Read More »

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