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FS: Triple Kit - Suntour AT 52/42/28 Cranks, Deore RD-M735 and Suntour Mountech FD

Old 07-08-20, 01:25 PM
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FS: Triple Kit - Sugino AT 52/42/28 Cranks, Deore RD-M735 and Suntour Mountech FD

Sorry for the title error, but I can't edit it. SUGINO AT canks!

Decided to change up the gearing on one of my wife's bikes so these bits are up for grabs:

Sugino AT triple cranks, 170mm arms and 52/42/28 rings all in very good shape - $52 shipped CONUS
Deore RD-M735, very good shape and very bombproof. This works with road shifters of the same era FYI, I had it indexed with 600 downtube shifters - $35 shipped CONUS
Suntour Mountech FD - Good shape and works as it should - $22 shipped CONUS

Id prefer to sell as a lot, so if you want all three I'll cut $20 off, so $89 shipped CONUS

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Old 07-08-20, 04:44 PM
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Old 07-08-20, 07:25 PM
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Brewsmith Sorry to hijack, but it looks like you might have this sold.

What BB and BB axle length did you use with that AT?
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post
Brewsmith Sorry to hijack, but it looks like you might have this sold.

What BB and BB axle length did you use with that AT?
I'm sure Brewsmith will also answer, but Iím using mine with a 126mm SKF. It did, however, need about 5mm of spacers on the DS to get the chainline correct and keep the granny ring bolts away from the BB lug points.
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Originally Posted by Dfrost View Post
I'm sure Brewsmith will also answer, but Iím using mine with a 126mm SKF. It did, however, need about 5mm of spacers on the DS to get the chainline correct and keep the granny ring bolts away from the BB lug points.
Hey David! How ya doin? Thank you for the measurement! I am using something like a 125 or 126, but without driveside spacers. I had to take off the small ring to clear the chainstay, which wasn't a big deal since I am running it 1x, but I did have a hard time finding something that worked at all especially with coronavirus limiting access to Bikeworks.
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