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Feb. 10, 2021, 10:53 p.m. -  Andrew Major

I still recommend them to anyone who will listen but then I don't mind the extra weight and paying a bit more upfront for the excellent longevity. In addition to the original 32t I tested (which still works for straight chainline single speeding but is a bit worn for chain retention at bad chainline angles or with a derailleur rattling around) I also purchased a pair of 30t rings one on my Walt V2 and one on my cargo commuter. I just think they're awesome.  The 30t on my Walt V2 has only been run SS and it still takes a chain like new after a solid year on that bike along with a number of months on/off on my other SS before that.

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