Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver
Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver

Stronglight Dural 5083 Alloy - 110mm BCD - Silver

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Stronglight chainring is made from Dural 5083 machined alloy. Suitable for 8-10 speed setup :

  • Outer or Inner ring
  • Shimano
  • 110mm BCD
  • 5 hole.

Use the table below to check the BCD (Bolt Centre Diameter).

Just measure the distance between two adjacent bolts to get distance A ... any questions just ask!

Distance A (mm) BCD (mm)
64.7 110
76.4 130
79.5 135

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Sprocket and Gear (Returns), Kingfisher Works, Tag Lane, Hare Hatch, RG10 9SH, United Kingdom

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NIGEL ALBAN JONES
Stronglight 5083 dural ring 38 T

This ring was an exact match for the original on my Stronglight Impact S single chainset so I was very pleased and it fitted perfectly.

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Ron Vincent
Stronglight dural 5083 alloy

Quick excellent service, “Thanks”

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Adrian Barnard
Up Hill Struggle Pt.2

This review is originally written for the 36T Stronglight but is very relevant for this chainring...

I bought a Stronglight 36T to replace 34T Tiagra chain ring. This ring is OK and does the job.

However I also replaced a Shimano 50T with a 52T Stronglight chainring and herein lies a problem... The Shimano 50T is slightly dished outwards and the replacement Stronglight is flat. Subsequently when using the small front 36T chainring in a higher (smaller) gear on the rear cassette the chain clashes on the 52T chainring because it is flat and not dished outwards like the original Shimano ring.

The two higher gears on the rear cassette cannot be used when the smaller 36T chainring is engaged. Ideally the 52T should be dished like the Shimano to eradicate this chain clash problem.

Fortunately I live in Norfolk with very few hills so won't be using the 36T that much.

If you rely on a 36T while using all gears on the rear cassette this chain clashing will be a problem.

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Adrian Barnard
Up Hill Struggle

Bought this Stronglight 36T to replace 34T Tiagra chain ring. This ring is OK and does the job.

However I also replaced a Shimano 50T with a 52T Stronglight chainring and herein lies a problem... The Shimano 50T is slightly dished outwards and the replacement Stronglight is flat. Subsequently when using the small front 36T chainring in a higher (smaller) gear on the rear cassette the chain clashes on the 52T chainring because it is flat and not dished outwards like the original Shimano ring.

The two higher gears on the rear cassette cannot be used when the smaller 36T chainring is engaged. Ideally the 52T should be dished like the Shimano to eradicate this problem.

Fortunately I live in Norfolk with very few hills so won't be using the 36T that much.

If you rely on a 36T while using all gears on the rear cassette this chain clashing will be a problem.