Truvativ Hussefelt Pedal

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Hussefelt pedal feature a CNC’d high pressure cast alloy body with a super low-profile design & durable metal grey finish. The oversized spindle is constructed from heat-treated Cromoly. An oversized double-sealed cartridge bearing keeps the pedals smooth & long lasting.

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Hussefelt Stem - Is This Normal?

I just had a new Truvativ Hussefelt delivered and tossed it onto my bike. I have 31.8mm handlebars, and the stem is 31.8 (at least according to the packaging and the print on the side - see photos). However, after tightening down the bolts, there is a significant gap (about 3mm or 1/8 inch) both top ... Read More »

Seatpost Decision: Truvativ T20 vs Hussefelt

Hello all, I'm looking for a seatpost of good quality that will stand up to some abuse (all mountain), without spending >$60. T20 and Hussefelt are biggest candidates. Which one would you pick?Read More »

new crankset - (TruVativ) Holzfeller vs Hussefelt

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 »

Hussefelt crank arm pedal screw insert wobble?

Purchased a Pugsley last October 11' and have discovered an annoying "creak" coming from the drive side crank arm a few weeks ago. Dismissed it as being a bum pedal but as it turns out it wasn't the pedal at all, it's the insert wobbling. Did a Google search on this finding and if I understand c ... Read More »

30 tooth on stock hussefelt crankset?

I am running my pug single speed with the same 32 tooth chainring that came with it but wish I had a 30. Can I get a 30 tooth that swaps right on? Any help would be much appreciated. ThanksRead More »

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