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Old 03-04-17, 12:32 PM
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SRAM powermeter

Ok.. this may be a dumb question and/or it may have been addressed numerous times here but here it goes. I have a SRAM Red 22 crankset. I want to get a powermeter. All I need to buy are the Quarq powermeter crank arms that fit the SRAM cranks? Or do I have to buy a whole new crankset with the Quarq arms?

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Why not contact Quarq and ask them?
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Old 03-04-17, 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by HillRider
Why not contact Quarq and ask them?
I would but they are closed today.
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Well, a look at the Quarq website shows no chainrings at all and no options with chainrings but the rings are sold separately. Also states calibration
is independent of chain rings. Looks like chain rings are a DIY or LBS addition.
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look at Power2Max, it replaces the spider on the chainrings so you can keep your rings and crankset. They are reasonably priced and well made.
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