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What is this crank?

Old 02-17-22, 11:36 AM
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What is this crank?

Not my pic , from a blury ad
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Old 02-17-22, 11:40 AM
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Old 02-17-22, 12:59 PM
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Shimano Exage = inexpensive
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Old 02-17-22, 07:18 PM
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Shimano Exage = inexpensive
Really? It is pretty decent TBH.
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Old 02-17-22, 08:04 PM
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All that midrange '80s stuff was pretty decent, in my experience!
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Old 02-17-22, 08:11 PM
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The Golden Age of Shimano, From around 87 on, near every mtn group was a solid performer. Even inexpensive ones. (once Uniglide was whittled down)
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Old 02-18-22, 05:59 AM
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Exage 300, often found with the elusive 40t Biopace chainring in 130 BCD.

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