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Old 02-17-19, 05:16 PM
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Sakae CR crankset 170mm

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Sakae CR crankset being offered up for sale, here are the details:
170mm crank length
52t big ring
40t sugino cycloid steel inner ring
The left crank taper is just slightly warped on the inside edge. It should be fine to reinstall but I wanted to point it out, see pictures for details.
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Old 02-17-19, 09:36 PM
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and the taper is probably fine as well, because i've definitely rode worse lol.
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I looks like someone pedaled super hard on that.
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Old 02-18-19, 04:28 PM
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Also worth noting that these are some of the raddest cranksets to come out of the 80’s. It should have been named KR for Krull!
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Old 02-18-19, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
I looks like someone pedaled super hard on that.
Haha that's definitely what it is 😂
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Old 02-18-19, 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by r0ckh0und View Post
Worth noting that arm is tapped for a triple
Actually, this is the double version. Apparently they use the same dies to forge the cranks but the holes for the triple are not tapped. It would be a pretty easy job with the right equipment though.
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Old 02-19-19, 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by morri869 View Post
Actually, this is the double version. Apparently they use the same dies to forge the cranks but the holes for the triple are not tapped. It would be a pretty easy job with the right equipment though.
I stand corrected
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Is this a 110 bcd version? Velobase said they came in 144 or 110 bcd.

I agree with Mountaindave @mountaindave that these are pretty cool. Similar design to the Ofmega Mistral.
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Originally Posted by scozim View Post
Is this a 110 bcd version? Velobase said they came in 144 or 110 bcd.

I agree with Mountaindave @mountaindave that these are pretty cool. Similar design to the Ofmega Mistral.
If it were 144, there wouldn’t be that much room left on the 40t chainring, so must be 110. Fits with the “same mold used for double and triple” theory.

Thanks for the Ofmega connection - I knew there was another version other than the Sugino RT!
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Yup, this is definitely the 110 bcd version. Thanks for clarifying that point!
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