WTB: Sugino Mighty Competition Chainring

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WTB: Sugino Mighty Competition Chainring

Postby Verbs & Nouns » Fri Dec 19, 2008 1:08 pm

What it says in the title. 46t or 47t. Mine's a bit bent. I have no idea what the BCD is.

Or a chainring that isn't too exxy that will fit my cranks. I run a 1/8" chain, but they're road cranks and a road chainring is fine and it runs silent.

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Postby rustychisel » Fri Dec 19, 2008 3:41 pm

Sorry, nothing in the shed which fits... yours is 144BCD dedicated track size so Campagnolo track will be compatible but $$$ (see www.velobase.com).

Best bet: save some money and hit www.fixymatosis.com (spelling??) - Andy is selling his own chainrings and you can choose your poison: 46, 47, 48 in 1/8. I reckon they'd be brilliant.

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Postby kukamunga » Fri Dec 19, 2008 6:11 pm

Are you sure they're 144 BCD? Check here on how to measure. The Puch road bike I sold earlier this had Sugino Mighty Competition Chainrings, I think, and I am sure they were not 144 BCD....
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Actually, looking at this pic now, I'm not too sure..... :roll:

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Postby rustychisel » Sat Dec 20, 2008 4:41 am

Can't be absolutely certain without them in front of me, but they're listed as 144BCD and your photo seems to bear that out. Anyway, as you point out, it isn't hard to measure.

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Postby rogerrabbit » Sat Dec 20, 2008 9:04 am

Very early Sugino cranks were 151 BCD, later ones were 144 BCD.

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Postby HappyHumber » Sat Dec 20, 2008 1:56 pm

my definitive reference for checking crank/ring BCD. All you need is a ruler & a calculator (and then only if you can't remember how to do the multiplication on paper. ;) )

Oh and as another Aussie alternative for new/custom chainrings in a variety of styles & drillings: Cycle Underground.

They're a small operation with comparable pricing. They weren't lightening fast with the one 'ring I have ordered thus far - but I I like the options available, and am considering a group or batch buy from him probably at some point in the new year.
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Postby Verbs & Nouns » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:04 am

It's definiteley 144bcd.
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