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Old 04-10-20, 12:27 PM
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WTB Triple Carnkset

I ran this in Wanted to Buy but thought I'd try here. Looking for a good condition triple crank for an 80s Trek 620. 175mm preferred but open to other lengths. 48.36.26 or 24 best.
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Old 04-10-20, 12:44 PM
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I ran this in Wanted to Buy but thought I'd try here. Looking for a good condition triple crank for an 80s Trek 620. 175mm preferred but open to other lengths. 48.36.26 or 24 best.
Thanks!
I have a compact triple square taper, 2 actually. One is a Specialized and one is a Shimano RSX.
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Silver Shimano Sora triple - 52, 42, 30 - 175mm model FC-3303. Awesome condition. Any interest?
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Old 04-10-20, 04:40 PM
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Sounds good but I need different gear rings.
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So something like a Deore crankset? Any preference about brand etc? Do you need a BB with it?
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Shimano or Sugino was what I thought would work, both being original to the 620/720 series. The bottom bracket has been overhauled but I have considered a Shimano UN 55. Currently using the bike as my commuter and hope to find some time for light tours in the near future. I live in Middle Tennessee, so flats and rolling hills.
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My 620 has a Shimano 50/45 and 24 or 26, i can get to see the last one.
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I think I have a Shimano M550 that’s 175mm with 46/36/24 rings. Even has dust caps. $40 plus shipping.
If interested, shoot me an e-mail,at rccardr@cox.net for pics.
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i've got a set of OG deore, and a set of specialized flag. i think 170 for deore, all sizes but 165 for the flag. lmk.
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Looks like there are a few of us who will be wiping our butts with hoarded cranksets when the TP runs out...
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Looks like there are a few of us who will be wiping our butts with hoarded cranksets when the TP runs out...
Yes it does, and I haven't piped in to say what I have, and boy, do I have a lot of triple cranksets I won't be using. Let me go check...
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Originally Posted by RRJohn View Post
Shimano or Sugino was what I thought would work, both being original to the 620/720 series. The bottom bracket has been overhauled but I have considered a Shimano UN 55. Currently using the bike as my commuter and hope to find some time for light tours in the near future. I live in Middle Tennessee, so flats and rolling hills.
I have both available. Both are 175mm and 48,36 & 26. Both a vgc, low miles no scuffs or rub, PM me with your budget.



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