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Old 10-26-22, 12:18 PM
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FS: Cranksets

For Sale: Cranksets.
Rather than starting multiple threads, this will be an ongoing thread with whichever cranksets I have for sale at the time.

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Old 10-26-22, 01:33 PM
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The Ultegra triple is one of my favorites as far as value for use. Great for most purposes, including gravel.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
BOO!
(and a bump to the top)
Boo who?
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I'll shoot you a PM about those 600 double cranks.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
The Ultegra triple is one of my favorites as far as value for use. Great for most purposes, including gravel.
I agree. I have a double and triple in the 6500 series and both have been trouble-free for many, many miles. Just two things to remember, the Ultegra and Dura Ace cranks take a different Octalink BB than the lower end and mountain bike versions, and you need to be very careful that you have the splines aligned correctly before cinching down the crank bolt. It is very easy to damage the crankarm splines if you are not careful.
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PM sent requesting purchase of the Sugino Mighty Competition crankset.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
price drop'
last bump for this batch before heading to ebay and/or being turned into wind chimes.
Do you know what length BB was used on the RX 100?
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
i don't, but velobase says 122.5
Thanks for checking sir! Have to see what I am going to do with my two newest conversion restomod giveaways.
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I'll take the FC-M400 for $35, shipped.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
The Ultegra triple is one of my favorites as far as value for use. Great for most purposes, including gravel.
A great triple, and a good platform for creating a 46/30 sub compact 2 by.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Thanks for checking sir! Have to see what I am going to do with my two newest conversion restomod giveaways.
A 118mm might work, too. Shimano seemed to err on the side of ample chainstay clearance. I can usually go at least a size smaller with their square-taper cranks.
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Ultegra triple, with bottom bracket
I do believe I need this.
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