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If you’d like to make a purchase, you can go to http://www.homebrewedcomponents.com

Please email me at sales@homebrewedcomponents.com if you have any questions.

Some information you could include to speed things along are:

  • Tooth count
  • bolt pattern
  • material
  • color
  • your location (so i can include shipping with all quotes)

As of this moment, i am only offering the stuff shown on http://www.homebrewedcomponents.com . All special requests cannot be done at this time due to time constraints.

 DO NOT POST QUESTIONS HERE AS THE ODDS OF ME SEEING THEM ARE SLIM TO NONE.

Homebrewed Components is located in sunny San Diego County, California. All products are manufactured here, by me personally.

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7 responses

12 07 2010
homebrewedcomponents

Hi guys,
I barely get a chance to read comments, so if you have any questions, please email me.
sales@homebrewedcomponents.com
Thanks,
Dan

13 07 2010
Mike

HI, I am trying to set up an XX crank as a single speed and am wondering if you make any chainrings with a 4 bolt 80mm bcd or 4 bolt 120mm bcd. Also, do you make bash guards? I deally i would like to find a 4 bolt 80bcd ring and a 4 bolt 120 bcd bash. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
MIKE
Golden Bike Shop
303-278-6545

17 08 2010
Dennis Defocy

Just curious do you have any 104BCD 30T middle chainrings ?
Just converted to 1X9 on my XC racer and the stock 32T is to tall.

Thanks
Dennis Defocy
Woodstock CT 06281

25 08 2010
Will Garcia

Hello, I’m having an issue spinning a 1×9 setup in triathlon races. The chain keeps popping out and would like to know if you could manufacture lightweight guards for my Dura Ace 140BCD? the idea is to sandwich the chainring, a al cyclocross.
Thank you.

25 08 2010
Will Garcia

Correction, 130BCD. Thx.

3 05 2011
Shawn

So, I just had to post, to break the cycle of stupidity. Funny how you ask people not to ask questions here and all you get are questions. I really like your stuff and keep up the good work. I would like to see a spiderless ring for a 1×9 setup that would have a carrier, like some of your cogs, that would space the ring back over to the inside, so the ring would sit in the same place as the middle ring would be as if I had it on the spider.

3 05 2011
Shawn

But I guess that would defeat the purpose of going spiderless. But it might be lighter. Just an idea.

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