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Old 04-18-05, 05:36 AM   #1
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need alittle help

I have a 05 hardrock and my crank seems to be making a noise so the LBS is going to trade it out under warrenty since it is only a few months old. I am wanting to upgrade to a beter crank and get rid of the bigger ring since i never ise it and was wanting som suggestions of what would be a good set to get.
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Old 04-18-05, 12:12 PM   #2
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It depends on the type of riding you do, and whether you like ISIS or not.
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and whether you like ISIS or not.
Why wouldnt someone like ISIS? Just curious.
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Why wouldnt someone like ISIS? Just curious.
Some ISIS bb's have had problems since the bearings are smaller since the spindle is a bigger diameter.

The new outboard bearings (o.k. old bullseye technology) are a solution to this, but still very costly.
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i ride mostly trails and offroad type stuff ...jumps
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