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    New Saint Cranks

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    Tat looks really odd on a xc bike. It would look even odder with a bigring.

    Nice buy anyways. Those are nice cranks.

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    I just scored a set for my SS/fixie hardtail for $180, the double like yours. They look extremely funny on an XC hardtail but it was a killer deal compared to the MSRP. Plus now that the little ring is removed they made an excellent crankset for my SS Trek. I could have gone lighter but most of my drivetrain is gone anyway. Also I use this bike as my all-mountain SS and it sees some light urban riding when I'm bored on campus between classes so I wanted a stout crankset. The strength to wheight ratio is what sold me, a bit heavier but, man, are they bullet proof.

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    Wow sick cranks, but they really do not fit your bike...your probaly better off just giving them to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Killer B
    The way I ride requires the most advanced, toughest wheelset's available.

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    Lookin good.

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    thats cool... man those are so fat
    Trance music is okay...
    Drum & Bass is way better

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