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808+909 = Party Good Time
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Hey

About to change over my front chain ring for the first time and had a couple of queries.

1. Do I really need to change my chain at the same time? and if so..

2. Does that mean I need to change the rear cog at the same time as well?

3. That sounds like a more money than I'm willing to spend...

Thanks in advance:)
 

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Retro Grouch
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Are you sure you need to change your chainring? I have had the same Spot CR for 6 years and it keeps going and going and going; I just flip it everytime I change the chain.
 

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808+909 = Party Good Time
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Yeah it is the chainring that came with my Truvativ Blaze cranks and it's ok and all but it really looks like the teeth are wearing down... its some generic aluminium (if it's even that?) and apart from the wear and tear it is also just looking poverty...

Just ordered a SS specific custom ring from Cycle Underground as a kinda Christmas present to me anyhow.

www.cycleunderground.com.au/chainringdesigns.htm
 
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