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Old 04-03-06, 03:12 PM   #1
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Tuvativ Cranks

I need some cranks for my Kona Stinky-D and found a deal for a tuvativ Holzfeller for $59 but i don't know what chainring to get. I want to be able to climb a little with the bike and the chainring option are 42 or 44 tooth wiht a 170 armlength or 38 teeth with a 165 armlength. Any suggestions?
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sounds like short lengths. are you running a single ring in front?
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I need some cranks for my Kona Stinky-D and found a deal for a tuvativ Holzfeller for $59 but i don't know what chainring to get. I want to be able to climb a little with the bike and the chainring option are 42 or 44 tooth wiht a 170 armlength or 38 teeth with a 165 armlength. Any suggestions?
sounds like short lengths. are you running a single ring in front?
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