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Old 07-25-08, 09:31 AM   #1
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Source for Sugino RD-48 Crankset?

Can anyone recommend a place to order the Sugino RD-48 Crankset in 165 length (prefer 3/32 width chainring)? It seems like most places are sold out:

although soma has them for a bit more:

I thought I've seen them go for $70. I don't want to overpay, but I'm desperate as I broke my left crankarm last night (30 year old Schwinn Le Tour). I may have to hit up the bike co-op for a temporary replacement...

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Old 07-25-08, 09:50 AM   #2
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Ben's Cycle.

Really just throw "Sugino RD-48 Crankset 165mm." into a Google Search and you should have MANY options.

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