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TartyBikes CNC Bashring

Product code: 11248

£16.67

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TartyBikes CNC Bashring

  • Designed by us!
  • Simple, tough and extremely durable!
- CNC machined 7075-T6 aluminium alloy bashring designed here at TartyBikes!
- 18T size (88mm diameter), to fit screw-on cranks (can be used with freewheels or fixed sprockets).
- Generous cutaway on bashring means it's compatible with all types of crank.
- 4mm clamp section with thicker 7mm outer edge gives a good balance between UCI and standard bashrings.
- Built-in lip at the rear allows all models of freewheel or sprocket to be used.
- Available in anodised Black.
- Weight: 51g.

Questions

Rourke

Would this fit onto a stock onza zoot 2010?

Posted by Rourke on 12/05/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/05/2013

Hi Rourke - This should fit on the Onza Zoot fine. Thanks, Mark

ruaridh

hey guys! im looking for new cranks and bash ring for my inspired console that currently has arcade bb and cranks. i like the look of this bash ring what do u recommend i buy that will be good and that will fit. also i dont have much money. thanks for your time.

Posted by ruaridh on 09/02/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 09/02/2017

Hi Ruaridh - The Console is fitted with a 22t chainring as standard but our CNC bashring only covers up to 18t. This means that if you wanted to run this bash with a suitable small sprocket, you'd also need to change the size of your rear sprocket/freewheel too. If it's a freewheel then unfortunately this won't be possible as 16t is the smallest size available that will fit a standard thread freewheel (you'd ideally need to drop to 13t on the rear to match 18t on the front). If you've got a freehub like a Hope then you can simply change sprocket to suit. The other option would be a Trialtech Sport Full Bashring (Quick find code: 011622) which covers up to 22t sprockets, then use a Trialtech Sport Screw-On Sprocket in 22t size to match. For the crank arms themselves, the Trialtech Race Forged ISIS cranks in 175mm would be a good bet. As for the BB, a RockMan ISIS or similar would be ideal. Thanks, Mark

Alex

Hi guys, i am transforming my commencal absolut to Trial as i like the polyvalence of shape frame but the crank is BMx type, can you think this bashring will adapt on that type of crank ? And how to fixe it. Thanks a lot, Alex

Posted by Alex on 13/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/09/2017

Hi Alex - Unfortunately this bashring won't fit your cranks, sorry. The inner diameter of the bashring is around 33mm, whereas your BMX crank axle will be either 19mm or 22mm generally. The only direct option we have would be the Inspired Arcade Bashring, Product Code: 12296. This bashring is designed to fit BMX cranks, and is compatible with either 19mm or 22mm cranks. The only thing you would need to make sure is that your cranks have the option to run the smaller sized sprocket locator bolt too. Thanks, Mark

Stump

Hi there, I have a quick question about this bash ring. I have an old set of Monty TI cranks and recently decided to build up a new bike with spare parts I had lying around the house. I fitted an old Tensile bash ring along with a Tensile freewheel to the crank and noticed that there are still a number of threads showing between the freewheel and the crank even though it is on really tight. I think the old bash ring is a bit to thick for the cranks and I don't want to take the bike out for a spin in case I ruin the threads and/or the freewheel. For piece of mind I am going to order another bash ring and this one caught my eye, would I still have the same issue with this one or do you think it will be okay? Or any recommendations on which one would be thin enough to fit? Thank you for your time Stump

Posted by Stump on 02/03/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/03/2018

Hi Stump - Having some threads showing on the inside of the freewheel is fairly normal, although the best way to check is to measure the amount of threads showing on the crank when you've got the bashring in place. If you've got fewer than 7mm of threaded section available it might be a bit of a risk as they're more likely to strip the threads on the crank arm due to the force from the freewheel going through an insufficient contact area. For reference, I believe the Tensile has a 5mm wide base so this bashring, with a 4mm base, would give you slightly more thread contact. Measuring the threads would be well worth doing though - some old Monty cranks weren't designed to use a bashring so they have relatively few threads compared to most modern cranks. Thanks, Mark

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