Re: [CR](WTB) Stronglight 93 small chainrings


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From: <"brianbaylis@juno.com">
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 04:46:36 GMT
To: dgdyer@cox.net
Subject: Re: [CR](WTB) Stronglight 93 small chainrings
cc: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

Dion,

I might be able to help you out. I think I bought some original Stronglight rings in 40T not long ago at a swap meet. Problem is I have a chairing fetish combined with a strong liking for Stronglight 93 cranksets. I'm not positive I can part with what I have unless you have something tasty (chainringwise) to trade. Have any Campag. track chainrings larger than 66 T? I'll trade you. Other TA or Stronglight rings might do it. Anything useful in Stronglight 93 rings in TRACK pitch would get my attention.

Brian Baylis
La Mesa, CA


-- wrote:


Is anyone willing to part with chainrings for Stronglight 93 (BCD 122) in smaller sizes (42, 40, or 38), or an entire 93 or 49 crankset? I need two small rings, not necessarily in the same size.

I can trade or sell a 52 ring for the model 99? (BCD 85 or 86 mm) -- if anyone's interested, I'll dig it out and give you more details off list.

Are the 93 rings interchangable with the small rings on Stronglight 49 cranks? That appears to be the case, since the BCD seems to measure out at 122mm, though the design is a little different -- an extra reinforcement ring on the 93 -- might just be to provide added support for some sizes.

dion dyer, san diego


----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas Adams
To: bruce thomson

<Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 10:44 AM Subject: Re: [CR]Stronglight chainring (WTB), drilled model


> Dear Bruce:
>
> No rings to sell, I'm afraid, but here's what I have been
> told about the Stronglight ring sizes. The 99 cranks are
> the touring cranks, with a very small (86mm?) bolt circle,
> allowing for a 28 tooth smallest ring. If 42 teeth is
> close to the smallest ring your arms will take, you don't
> have 99's. The other standard ring size for old
> Stronglights was 122mm, used on the 57, 93 and 105 model
> cranks. The smallest ring for these is 38 tooth, but the
> 42 is very common.
>
> Both the 99 and 93/105 size rings could be had drilled, so
> you could have either size. "Modern" OT Stronglight
> cranks use the Shimano 130mm size, allowing a 39/38 tooth
> small ring, but these didn't come drilled. There may also
> have been a Stronglight model with the Campy 144mm bolt
> circle, just to really complicate matters.
>
> The drilled 99 rings were reputed to be rather flexible.
> I've had no problem with the drilled rings on my 93. 38
> tooth rings are rarer than the 40 or 42. If you are
> really lucky, you might find some black drilled rings!!
>
> Harris Cyclery usually catalogs 122 mm Stronglight size
> rings, and occasionally 86 mm rings, but I understand
> these are undrilled. Good hunting. The Harris website
> also has lots of info on the different bolt patterns.
>
> Tom Adams, Shrewsbury NJ
>
> bruce thomson <masi3v4me@yahoo.com> wrote:
> CR Listers: I have been looking for a replacement
> chainring (or two) for my Stronglight crankset. It is the
> smaller, inner, 42t ring. I do not, however, recall the
> model. It is the one with the chainrings drilled out and I
> was told this was a model 99. Bruce
>
>
> Bruce Thomson Spokane WA 99204
> (509) 747 4314
> Masi3v4me@yahoo.com