Re: [CR]giveaway: 39-tooth "three arrows" 3-pin chainring--Takagi steel

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From: "Pete Geurds" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]giveaway: 39-tooth "three arrows" 3-pin chainring--Takagi steel
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 07:40:55 -0400

From: <> To: <> Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 9:08 PM Subject: [CR]giveaway: 39-tooth "three arrows" 3-pin chainring--Takagi steel

> If anyone out there is running a steel three-pin Takagi "Three Arrows" c
> hainset, I will mail you, free of charge, an unused 39-tooth chainring.
> It won't do anyone else any good, as it is not quite the usual 3-pin BCD
> ; Takagi "Three Arrows" cranksets set their own specs, although without
> my Sutherland's handy, I can't tell you what that spec is exactly. I bel
> ieve the bolt-circle-diameter is 2mm smaller than the usual.
> This deep funk, but it could get you climbing hills better with that fun
> ky ride. What's more, it's free and fun. Only catch is you must describe
> said vehicle to the list (unless you are really shy). Who--that is, wha
> t brands--used "Three Arrows"? If one of you has a bike so equipped, I'm
> suspecting it's something made in Japan but with an anglophilic or cont
> inental-sounding name; perhaps Kent or Savoy.
> Tom Ward
> Brooklyn, New York, USA

Tom, I have one of these cranks. (but may have sold at last T-town meet) I removed it from a 70's CCM ten speed. I think it was original to that bike but can't swear to it. Thanks for offer, but don't need chainring.

Pete Geurds
Douglassville, Pa. USA