anybody recognize this chain ring ?

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    any help appreciated.
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    I have a Fauber crank with that slit for the drive pin. Have seen one other Fauber with a slit as well in a different chainwheel. Both were different wheels than the one you pose.
     
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    I have a crank that should fit that as well. PM me if you need it.
     
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    Looks very Fauberesque, there may be some lettering around the center hole.
     
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    I've seen this chainring on an original bike somewhere. Can't seem to remember at the moment...
     
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    The Napoleon has a 28 tooth ring and the other ring in question is 26 tooth. That could make it appear a bit different. I also have a 24 tooth, same ring.
     
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    Here's a 26 tooth Napoleon
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    makes one wonder if this is the matching crank P1012456.JPG
     
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    Would bet there is a rectangular, removable, and
    sliding drive-pin somewhere in your stash.

    Some manufacturer went to a lot of trouble designing
    a crank that could fit a number of rings nicely.

    And in different tooth-counts, also.

    The worst company for making rings and cranks with
    drive-pins of cranks matching the distance from the
    ring axel-center to where the drive-pin hole is supposed
    to be ... Miami ... and the worst of the Miami ... F-M


    ...... patric


    Whether you agree or not ......

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