Interesting question, im curious to see the answer. I personally have never seen such a thing. From a theoretical standpoint it would seem easy to make. But there prob isnt much of a market for it. Is there a reason you have to adapt the ring and not just get a new ring in 94bcd? If you get really desperate, you could prob get a machinist to mill one out for you, but by that point itll be so expensive you might as well buy new cranks in 104bcd.Does anyone know where to get a 94BCD to 104BCD adapter?
I need to use a 104BCD chainring on a 94BCD spider.
What did you work out? I’m in the exact spot! I’ve been running a 30t because a 32t rubs ever so slightly! Thanks!J_Westy, thanks for the tip. I sent them this message:
94BCD 4-bolt-symmetric Shimano 12-speed Hyperglide+ chainring
I am looking for a chainring to fit the Specialized Turbo SL eBike MTB's to support a Shimano 12-speed Hyperglide+ drivetrain. Specialized spider is 94BCD 4-bolt-symmetric. I would prefer 32T but 30 or 34 would work. The bikes are boost spacing (148mm axle). I am guessing anywhere from zero to 3mm offset would work.
The alternative would be if you could supply a 94BCD to 104BCD adapter.
Can you help me?
Thank you ...