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Crank Brothers Bottom Brackets?

Old 06-01-07, 02:45 PM
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Crank Brothers Bottom Brackets?

http://www.crankbrothers.com/

I guess they're making BB's now. I love their pedals but how will the bottom brackets turn out?
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i wonder how much that cool, blue anodized sleeve that no one will ever see adds to the price.
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Anodized. Cool.

Who knows about their quality. If they're like the pedals, they'll be good to go.
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I wonder why they're still using the ISIS system.
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Originally Posted by cedricbosch
I wonder why they're still using the ISIS system.
I was wondering the same thing too. They should invest there R&D in some reliable integrated headsets.
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