Question: Differences in Chainring

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  1. Chluu907

    Chluu907 Guest

    Hi Guys:

    What is the difference between an Ultregra Double 52 & an Ultegra Triple 52 chainring?

    Thanks, Claude
     
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  2. << What is the difference between an Ultregra Double 52 & an Ultegra Triple 52 chainring? >><BR><BR>

    No 'difference', either can be used on either crank.

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  3. Richard Chan

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    > << What is the difference between an Ultregra Double 52 & an Ultegra Triple 52 chainring?
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    > No 'difference', either can be used on either crank.

    Are there A and B versions for triple big rings?
     
  4. Someone asked:

    >><< What is the difference between an Ultregra Double 52 & an Ultegra Triple 52 chainring?
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    Peter Chisholm replied:

    >>No 'difference', either can be used on either crank.

    Richard Chan asked:

    > Are there A and B versions for triple big rings?

    Ultegra triple 52s are type "A" designed to match up with a 42.

    However the difference between "A" and "B" chainrings is pretty insignificant in practice.

    See: http://www.sheldonbrown.com/dura-ace.html#chainrings

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