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FSA Dyna Crankset

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Die cast alloy crankarms
  • Monocoque design
  • CroMo chainring bolts
  • 9 speed
  • Chainrings: 22/32/44t
  • Q-Factor: 170mm
  • BCD: 104/64mm
  • Chainline: 48mm (JIS Square 110.5mm), 50mm (JIS square 113mm)
  • Black anodized
  • Weight: 887g
  • Chromoly chainrings


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by onlycrimson a Racer from Michigan

    Date Reviewed: October 16, 2010

    Strengths:    Cheap, durable, 4 bolt pattern

    Weaknesses:    little bit of flex(not noticeable when riding), weight

    Bottom Line:   
    This crank is cheap and works just like it should. The rings seem good and are easily replaceable as needed. This crank is good for the bike that is going to be used more for general xc riding and not racing as, it's just too heavy for a serious race rig.

    Buy it if cheap and easy is your motto. Forget it if ultra stiff and light is what you need.

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    Favorite Trail:   Potowanomi

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $33.00

    Purchased At:   TreeFortBikes

    Similar Products Used:   Shimano slx, xt, race face ride xc

    Bike Setup:   I put this on my old Catamount urt bike as a replacement.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by John a Weekend Warrior from Montgomery, AL

    Date Reviewed: May 6, 2008

    Strengths:    Cheap, apparently quality crankset. Square taper BB works on my old Schwinn. I'm not a gram junkie, so I don't know if it's a heavy set or not.

    Weaknesses:    Square taper not so in vogue anymore.

    Bottom Line:   
    I'm liking this crankset. It was a cheap replacement for my junked crank. Time will tell if it's a quality piece of equipment.

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    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $40.00

    Purchased At:   JensonUSA

    Similar Products Used:   Old Shimano STX with the dual mounting hole mid-ring.

    Bike Setup:   Currently on an old Schwinn S-20. May move it to my Woodstock 707.

    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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    Does dyna system only work with same?

    I have decided to go ten speed. Actually one by ten. I was going to try and reuse my old rear der but it doesn't work. I was ordering a new rear der with a clutch anyway, so no biggie. Just wondering for future refrence if shimanos ten speed system only works with it's ten speed brothers? Thanks ... Read More »

    Shimano Dyna Sys ?'s

    Okay so I got my wife a new Santa Cruz Superlight 29er RXC kit it is has Deore Cranks, SLX M675 SGS rear derailleur SLX HG 11-36 cassette. The bike still hasn't come in yet but.... I am changing the cranks to SLX cranks and running a 2x10 24/32 setup with the stock casstte and a SLX M675 GS dera ... Read More »

    Dyna Sys 10spd chaing with SRAM cassette

    I have an SRAM PG-1050 cassette with an SRAM X0 rear derailleur on my MTB and I am going to replace the KMC X-10 chain that came with the bike with a new chain. So I was wondering if a Shimano XT Dyna Sys chain will work with my setup.Read More »

    Are XT SL-T780 shifters Dyna-Sys ???? (note the "T")

    Cant seem to find info on this anywhere . Are XT TREKKING shift levers (Sl- [COLOR="#008000"]T[/COLOR] 780) also Dyna.Sys (Note the T , im not talking about the SL-M780 shift levers) Reason Im asking is I want to continue using a RapidRise rearmech , but with a 10sp cassette. I know I co ... Read More »

    Shimano Dyna-sis 10speed mtb front and rear with bar end shifters.

    Hi guys, hope some of you can help me out here... Im looking to set up a drop bar mtb, intend to use the Retroshift CXV brake/shifters combo to a 2x10 XT Dyna-sis front and rear d/ cassette/ crank.. The good guy from Retroshift so far is unable to confirm if the CXV will be compatible to the c ... Read More »

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