There are a fewThingsThat matter most in a downhill/freeride seatpost: strength, durability and adjustability.The new Holzfeller, made with aTough 3D forged 7050 alloy shaft and a wide range of adjustment options, has you covered in allThese areas—plus bold new graphicsThat set it apart fromThe crowd. It’s available inThree diameters (27.2mm. 30.9mm, 31.6mm) andTwo lengths (250mm, 350mm), and features a new clamp with a wider range ofTilt adjustments.So whateverTerrain you ride, and whatev
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I'm wanting to change over from a 1x10 (Holzfeller 1.1) to a 2x10 on a Howitzer BB equipped bike, and can't for the life of me find out what the real difference is between these two cranks.
Does anyone know what's different, and thus why there is a price difference ?
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I've recently bought a bike with Truvativ Holzfeller cranks on it. The chainline on this bike is ridiculously large (more than 60mm). I want a normal chainline of 47.5 mm. So, I guess I have to change the bottom bracket, right? So, how do I tell what size of the bottom bracket I need?
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So I briefly had this setup-- 1 X 9 on a Transition Double :
But I did not like the FSA cranks because I thought they were flexy.
So I am trying to use these Holzfeller crankset with Howi ... Read More »
I now have to replace my crank set, the bike came stock with a Truvativ Holzfeller 1.1 175mm crankset and I presumed i would just replace it with an identical one. But im seeing the price around 175$
It needs to fit my Truvativ Howitzer Team BB
They also make the Hussefelt 1.1 175mm crank set ... Read More »
I start to loosen the 8mm allen and it backs out 2ish turns and then feels like it is getting tight again, same thing on the drive side and non drive side. I gave it a good amount of force it just feels like its getting tighter. I obviously have no idea what I am doing so can someone please explain? ... Read More »