- Sram S1000 – triple to double conversion ?
I have a sram S1000 crankset on my bike, as it is only a few months old, I don’t really want to foot teh cost of an outright replacement – but I don’t think I have ever had casue to use the 3rd ring.
As such I would like to convert it to a 22/36 double – smoother shifting – Im not really bothered by the weight
Is it possible to do this ? Sram sells a 22/36 double – but ideally I would like to remove the 44 and 33 rings and just add a 36 on – but I cant seem to see a 36 sram ring anywhere.
does anyone have experience of this ? Bike is a 2012 JekyllPosted 5 years agomrlugzMember
IMHO, ditch the bug ring for a bash, adjust the front mech stops and leave it at that.
If you’ve never used the big ring you’ll gain no benefit from changing the middle ring to a 36.
I have a similar sram chainset on my enduro, worked out cheaper to buy a cheap crankset and use the rings off it than it was to buy new rings.
AlunPosted 5 years ago
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