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105 triple; replace middle chainring

keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
edited May 2009 in Workshop
I cycle in what would be termed gently undulating countryside, and estimate I spend 90% of my time on the middle chainring (but I'm still happy with my triple). Being an all year round bike I anticipate this alu chainring will wear much faster than anything else. Am I right in thinking that replacing it will involve removing the non drive side crank and then the chainset from the bb?

Would I be able to replace it with a steel ring?

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  • Mister WMister W Posts: 853
    You can remove all the rings without removing the crank. Just undo the chainring bolts then pass the rings over the crank.
  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
    Marvellous! (I did wonder about that, but stupidly imagined trying to get the middle ring over the big one still attached. Doh!)

    And forget the steel ring idea; the alloy ones aren't that expensive.
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