Shimano XT M752 Crankset

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MSRP : $139.00

Product Description

The M752 (2003) cranks feature Hollowtech crank arm construction- made possible by advancedShimano forgingTechnology,These forged hollowcrankarms increase strength and rigidity while reducing weight. Specially designedchainrings deliver quick and precise shifting withThe super-narrow 9 speedchain. Four arm design reduces weight while offering increased lateral rigidity. 9spd crankFits 68/73mm bottom bracketsUses Octalink BB interface Octalink bottom bracket not included22/32/44tWeight: 620 grams

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