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Anyone have the EC90 crank?

Old 04-07-09, 11:03 AM
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Anyone have the EC90 crank?

I'm probably gonna buy it.
Anyone have any feedback? Pictures are welcome too.
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Thar she be on my C40. I have loved this crank 95% of the time. The 5% is the time I was riding and the crank "froze". Over 4 or 5 miles, I thought I noticed spinning becoming more difficult. Tried to leave a stop light on an uphill and could not pedal. Pulled off the road, removed the crank, found no obvious cause for the problem, reinstalled the crank and rode away. Got home, pulled the crank again, inspected it, regreased the heck out of everything and have had no trouble since. Go figure. In short, I love it. If it freezes again, I don't think I'll love it anymore.
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Nothing quite like a Colnago...nice.
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