Race Face Respond Crankset

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Product Description

A proven big hit crank,The Respond is engineeredTo offer an optimal combination of strength, stiffness & weight.This isThe perfect crank/bb for abusive riders on a budget! Forged alloy arm construction CNC machined "middle" chainring Removable small ring spider for better guide clearance Bash guard X-type external bottom bracket included Adjustable chainline CustomTriple sealed bearings filled w/ Phil Wood waterproof grease Compatible with 68 or 73mm bottom bracke

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