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Old 03-03-21, 06:40 AM
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Found what I was looking for, thanks

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If you don't find a source here, your description reminded me of Stronglight Impact triples, double check BB, looks like it takes a 115mm JIS according to Stronglight (but Spa says 110). What speed chain are you planning to use?

https://www.spacycles.co.uk/m8b0s109...-Impact-Triple

Stronglight - Pédalier

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Old 03-03-21, 09:08 AM
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If you don't find a source here, your description reminded me of Stronglight Impact triples, double check BB, looks like it takes a 115mm JIS according to Stronglight (but Spa says 110). What speed chain are you planning to use?

https://www.spacycles.co.uk/m8b0s109...-Impact-Triple

Stronglight - Pédalier

Good luck!
Thanks! These look great but are a little pricier than what I'm looking to spend at this point. I'm planning on using an 8 speed chain.
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Old 03-03-21, 09:29 AM
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I have a classic 80s Sugino AT triple, currently set up as a double. 175mm arms. If this is in the right ball park, will follow up with pics.

edit: i have an inner granny (28 i think) to add to the mix as well, can probably get something close to your preferred range.

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I have a Deore XT 737 crankset in 175 if it interests you. 94/58, but I only have an inside ring for it.
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At some point, I started hoarding 110/74 cranksets.

If the other options don't work out I should have something(s), but I won't be able to dig thru until this weekend.
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FC-MC30 175mm 42/34/24

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Thanks everyone for the quick responses, I appreciate it

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FC-MC30 175mm 42/34/24

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I have these two Ritchey Logic 110/74 cranks, but neither has rings. I’ve used these with 113mm and 118mm square taper BB, with a spacer under the DS arm to achieve correct chainline. They’re cold-forged, made by Sugino. Note that these use a hidden bolt behind the crank arm. The one with logos is 175, the de-logo’d set is 177.5mm. $45 each + shipping.


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@phenry24 did you get what you need?
Thanks for asking, I did and then some. Tax return season may as well be known as Christmas 2.0
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