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    Quote Originally Posted by DismalScientist View Post
    I would buy a new crankset before I would pay $50 for a chainring.
    Really? I would be pretty wary of a crankset that cost less than $50 ... $50 is a pretty normal price for a [new] chainring, especially machined (not stamped) chainrings.

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    http://www.amazon.com/Shimano-Acera-.../dp/B002P71OC4

    you can also get the Aceras with a little plastic chain guard that tends to break off after 39 minutes of riding.

    that's going to be as close to replacing the original as possible, based on the bikepedia entry.
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    Chainring fixed by LBS. Chicks dig LBS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcannon100 View Post
    Chainring fixed by LBS. Chicks dig LBS!

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    Do you bike with your pooch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcfarton View Post
    Do you bike with your pooch?
    Yeah, not so much. The last time I did this to her, she bit me!!! (cant teach an old dog new tricks) I have transported foster puppies in a houndabout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcannon100 View Post
    Yeah, not so much. The last time I did this to her, she bit me!!! (cant teach an old dog new tricks) I have transported foster puppies in a houndabout.

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    Lol that made my national dog day. I bike with my Australian shepherd. But he runs next to me. It gives him a job to do and he needs it.
    When I try to bike with my pit bull she sets her pace at 5.5 mph and won't go faster or slower. I get bored even on a fixie. I even tried tying both dogs together thinking the pit would go faster. But it just made it so nobody has fun. I have gotten many funny looks biking with my 4 legged friends.

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