Race Face Next Crankset

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MSRP : $638.49


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The NEXT crank representsanother milestone for race face. NEXT cranks are one ofTheThelightest, strongest 100% carbon fiber cranks ever made. Race Face hascreated a crankThat goes beyond existing carbon material & processlimitations, setting a new benchmark in performance XC components. Carbon fiber construction w/outThe use of a internal spline,These cranks are hollow Pedal & spindle inserts are co-molded 100% CNC machined chainrings EXI external bottom bracket interface CNC machined Cr


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Value Rating:1
Submitted by panzer07 a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: June 10, 2012

Strengths:    light - look tough but...

Weaknesses:    Junk, got cranks and noticed drive side threads where crossthreaded for the pedal axle. Had bike shop re tap it with only to have whole aluminum insert start wobbling after about 1 month of light xc rides on Lynskey hardtail 29r. Threw on old RF Dues cranks while trying to get cranks warrantied and now the included bottom bracket is shot, lots of side to side play on 1 month old turbine bottom bracket. Thes cranks are pretty pricy to be such crap, guess they are too busy drinking up there to worry about quality control.

Bottom Line:   
Expensive junk!, poor warranty system, complete lack of quality!!!

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Favorite Trail:   Skeggs

Price Paid:    $463.00

Purchased At:   universal

Similar Products Used:   XT,XTR, Dues

Bike Setup:   Lynskey Ridgeline 29r - 21 lbs

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