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Shimano Tiagra FC-4600 130mm BCD 5 Arm Inner Chainring - Silver - 39T

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For use with Shimano Tiagra FC-4600 10spd Double Chainsets with a 52-39T set up.

This Inner Chainring can also be used on the following chainset:

- Shimano FC-R550

This is an "A" match which indicates that the parts are the same in materials, appearance, finish & size etc.

If the correct Inner Chainring is unavailable you can also use the chainring from the following chainset:

- Shimano 105 FC-5700

This is a "B" match which indicates that the parts are usable, but differ in materials, appearance, finish & size etc.

Genuine Shimano replacement part.
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53T Chainring
By
26 Sep 2014
Is there a 53 tooth chainring available for this product as a spare part.
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

There is no specific 53t option for the Tiagra FC-4600 chainset but you can use an alternative like the 105 as it fits in the same way, the 105 53t option is SJSC part number 15891.

Thanks.
Tiagra 4600
By
31 May 2014
Can i use 39T insted 50T.
So i got 39/34T insted 50/34T
10 speed
Thanks
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

This particular ring won't fit your chainset and even if it did I wouldn't recommend it. This is partially because the lack of correct shifting ramps would cause a much slower gear change that would be liable to slip a large amount during shifting. This is mainly however due to the fact that the front derailleur would not be able to cope with such a small gap and would over shift forcing the chain off of the ring.

Thanks.