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Old 02-05-15, 03:28 AM
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Identify These Cranks

Hi,

I'm usually on the C&V forum. I picked up an older GT Timberline for a project, it has what look like non-original cranks.
There are no markings that I can see, aside from the Shimano chainrings. Can someone give me an idea of what brand the cranks are?

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Topline Superlights?
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Definitely Toplines but the MTB version. I think the Superlights only came in the road version.
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Cool, I did a search for them and that definitely looks right. I really like them, they'll be staying the bike.

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