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    Bike Junkie roccobike's Avatar
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    Dura Ace Crank Value

    This came on a Raleigh Grand Prix I picked up. The frame was hand painted, but the previous owner had upgraded many of the components. These Dura Ace cranks were on it. They are small, 165 mm with 46 & 39 tooth chainwheels. I have no idea what they're worth, I'm just sure they're worth something. Let me know what you think. Thanks.
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    sultan of schwinn EjustE's Avatar
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    These are worth something indeed. But they are a bit mismatched. The crank is 7110 (3rd generation) but the chainrings are GA-200 (1st generation.) The GA-200 crank arms are identical, but they were not made in 165mm (167.5 was the smallest). The 7110 were made in 165mm.

    165mm cranks are hard to find and demand a nice premium, so you should stress that when selling. I'd say cleaned well with good pictures on ebay $50+ (the mismatch might be a problem for someone with a keen eye) and depending on who is looking, double that or more. It is also a weird combination (if that small ring was 32ish, you'd be much better off) because it is not really a compact crank.

    still stuck in the '80s; '70s were good as well, but i severely dislike tubulars.
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