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01-20-22, 11:03 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

yeah, the balance factor requires constant focus,...

yeah, the balance factor requires constant focus, especially on the trail. It's a helluva workout since we can't coast, although there are a few of us who do have freewheel hubs, but that's the rare...
01-20-22, 10:53 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

Yes, it was Ed Pratt. I'll be doing my 11th 100...

Yes, it was Ed Pratt. I'll be doing my 11th 100 mile unicycle century sometime in February, and I do these all-day rides on a 36er unicycle with 110mm cranks. Not sure but I think Ed probably opted...
01-20-22, 10:21 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

Bikes, for the most part, have gears, often more...

Bikes, for the most part, have gears, often more than 20, so pedal hole changes aren't necessary. And the lowest gears make steep climbing much easier than 1:1. Unicycles, on the other hand, being...
01-19-22, 11:26 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

The polished alum cranks I posted are Kris Holm...

The polished alum cranks I posted are Kris Holm Spirit cranks that came dual hole 150/127. I also have the 165/137, 137/117, and 127/110. The Spirits are also disc rotor ready, and they are made for...
01-19-22, 07:46 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

They look closer than they actually are due to...

They look closer than they actually are due to the outward flair of the bevels at the top of the holes, plus the scratch marking from where the pedals tighten and seat against the cranks. Those are...
01-19-22, 05:26 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

I don't use them for anything extreme, like...

I don't use them for anything extreme, like drops, but the 150/127mm dual hole cranks (polished 7050 aluminum) are rated for extreme use. But adding the 3rd hole so close to the 127mm hole would void...
01-19-22, 04:32 PM
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Posted By UniGeezer

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The black cranks came as single hole 165mm and I tapped the shorter...
01-19-22, 03:03 PM
Replies: 25
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Posted By UniGeezer

Pedal taps

All the pedal tap sets I see online are described as for cleaning out old threads only. I've yet to find any taps online that are actually used for cutting new threads in bicycle cranks. Does anyone...
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