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Old 02-07-15, 05:24 PM
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F.S. Time To Crank Things Up Crankset Sale

Shipping to Lower 48 is $12.65 for Crankset and BB via USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail Box Medium
Buyer covers PayPal fees. Price is OBO
PM or email cory.gutshall@gmail.com

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SR Custom (170 52/40) With Dust Caps and Bottom Bracket Below $18.00 + Shipping




Bottom Bracket Sugino 1.37X24T (English)
***NOTE This BB was in a vintage Trek ( '78 I believe) with the Crankset above.

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Nice cranksets for the prices.
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I'll take the Sugino GP130.
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I'll take, if not already taken, the Sakae SX (170 52/42) With Dust Caps $15.00 + Shipping
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If the SR custom does'nt sell I'd love to have it.
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Originally Posted by YouthxCrew View Post
If the SR custom does'nt sell I'd love to have it.
BUMP! for the last one left.
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I might be wrong, but the SR Custom looks like it's 110 BCD -- would make a sweet C&V compact double with smaller rings.
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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
I might be wrong, but the SR Custom looks like it's 110 BCD -- would make a sweet C&V compact double with smaller rings.
I believe it's a 118 BCD, based on Sheldon Browns Bicycle Crank/Chainring Bolt Circle Diameter Crib Sheet.
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Ah, that makes it a little tougher.
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What is the length of the spindle, measured from the end of the taper sections, not the threads?
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Originally Posted by jimmuller View Post
What is the length of the spindle, measured from the end of the taper sections, not the threads?
119mm

The Trek the crankset and BB were in.
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119mm
I need one longer for a triple. Bummer.
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