Has anyone ever seen an actual Ti chainring by ANY manufacturer? I'm skeptical that such a best was ever sold as a production item by anyone, at least in the classic era, although I wouldn't doubt there were one-off examples from "mad geniuses" like Pino Moroni.
Jerry Moos Big spring, TX
John Thompson <JohnThompson@new.rr.com> wrote:
Tom Dalton wrote:
> I was just poking around the 'net looking for pics of Zeus rings when
> I got your message. It appears that I was wrong about the ti rings
> on Zeus 2000 cranks. They all appear to be drilled aluminum alloy,
> though there a a couple of versions and a some are black anodozed
> while others are clear anodized (or not anodized?). No evidence of a
> ti version.
I have a pretty sizable pile of Zeus chainrings here from various models: 2000, Criterium, Pista, etc. and can state that they're all Aluminum. No titanium in my sample.
Appleton WI USA