Is 34A the same as 34T chainring?

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Is 34A the same as 34T chainring?

Postby slowride » Thu Nov 08, 2007 10:55 pm

Been riding my 08 P2 a lot, but ended up bending some teeth on my sprocket (beyond repair). Any suggestions for strong replacement? And, does the "A" mean anything or is it just 34 tooth? What front ring is anyone running on their DJ/street rides? I'm also doing some short trail sprints with it.
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Postby demo9 » Fri Nov 09, 2007 3:46 pm

the singlespeed formula is front chainring divided by back chainring times wheel size, you want it to be as close to 55 as possible. under is more accel over is more top speed.i personally have a 36 16 on a cowan. i like it alot
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Re: Is 34A the same as 34T chainring?

Postby slowride » Fri Nov 09, 2007 3:54 pm

Thanks! I never heard of the formula.
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