Evans seem to have reasonably priced rings. Thankyou for the reply.
Is it the boltholes that are the only difference.
Great thanks much appreciated.A 50T ring is pretty much like any other. Of course, some people want specific brands, some want OEM, some want an upgrade.
Weight, material, cost and colour/asthetics are all choices to make. Spa Cycles do cheap/well thought of rings [from what's been said on forums]. An example being this one.
Lol good point thanks.I'd take the old one to my LBS, much easier to get the right one if you can match em up plus I don't mind paying a bit more to have it in my hands rather than have to wait for a delivery that has been
kicked around a dusty warehouse and stood on ......Twicecarefully delivered to my door by a smiling man who never touched it without gloves on.
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