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ABSOLUTE BLACK - 5 BOLT 130BCD ROAD CHAINRING - OVAL

SPECS

CHAINRING SHAPE: Oval
TOOTH PROFILE: 2X w/Shifting Ramps
BCD: 130 BCD
CRANKSET TYPE: 5 Arm
TEETH: 39t - 53t
DRIVETRAIN COMPATIBILITY: 10/11/12 speed

Oval 130BCD 5 Holes 2X - 39T - Black
RRP $109.99
Oval 130BCD 5 Holes 2X - 53T - Black
RRP $229.99

 

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ABSOLUTE BLACK - 5 BOLT 130BCD ROAD CHAINRING - OVAL

Compatibility

  • Dura-Ace 7900
  • Dura-Ace 7800
  • Ultegra 6700
  • 105 5700
  • Tiagra 4600
  • FSA
  • Rotor 3D & 3D+
  • Specialized S-Works
  • Plus many more

Bolts

  • For outer chainring please order "Long bolts" from us OR our Bolt Covers
  • Changing Inner chainring only? Use original bolts

 

ABSOLUTE BLACK - 5 BOLT 130BCD ROAD CHAINRING - OVAL

HOW TO MOUNT THE 130/5 OVAL CHAINRING

 

First, you need to remove your crank from your bike. Once removed, unscrew the five bolts that hold two chainrings together with a T-30 torx key. Remove both original rings. Locate the new oval inner chainring with the triangular timing indicator positioned behind crank arm. The bolt holes on the small chainring are recessed – so the nut heads will sit flush with the surface of the chainring - these recesses should face you when mounting the bolts. Absolute Black outer chainrings have a specific recess to accommodate the rear edge of the crank arm - position the outer ring to line up that recess with the crank arm. If you are only switching the inner chainring to oval - use the original bolts that came with your crank. If you are switching to a pair of oval rings, you will need a set of regular ‘double’ chainring bolts. Tighten all four bolts with force of about 5-7Nm. Mount your crank back to the bike. You may also need to adjust the front derailleur upwards by 2-3mm.