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Middleburn 110mm BCD 5 Arm Inner Chainring - HardCoat

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Middleburn Inner chainrings have been revised and updated with a new tooth profile to be 8, 9 and 10 speed compatible. These rings are designed as an inner so they have no ramps or pins.

Please Note: Middleburn HardCoat chainrings look like they show signs of wear around one of the chainring bolt sockets, this is a result of clamping during the manufacturing process and not of use. This is purely cosmetic and does not affect the performance of the chainring and will be covered by chainring bolts when installed.
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Will This Chainring Work To Replace A 7 Sp. Shimano Deore?
04 Feb 2017
I am restoring an early 1990s MTB which has a 36T Shimano Deore LX middle chain ring that is worn. I plan to keep it stock w/ 7 sp cassette and new 8sp chain, will this chain ring work? And 7 sp Shimano rapid fire shifters. Does it have ramps/teeth for ease of shifting down to granny gear and up to big ring? Thanks

Although this would be okay for use on with a 7spd set up, it is designed as an inner ring not a middle so would not have shifting ramps to help shift up from the inner ring. We would recommend going for a middle specific chainring as this will shift better.

04 Jan 2015
As part of a cycle group I have been asked to replace the chain rings on a Thorn Tandem. I am looking at an all Middleburn Hard Coat set
as replacements to fit on the original Dotek spider.
1/ would this be a suitable choice?
2/ Is it necessary to replace the fixing bolts?
3/ are there any alternative suggestions?

Yes this would be a very suitable choice, Middleburn's Hardcoat chainrings are probably the best quality chainrings we've ever come across. Unless the fixing bolts have started to corrode it is not necessary to replace them. The Middleburn rings would be our top recommendation.