Big Cheese 2-Piece Crank Older Cranks

0/5 (0 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Lengths: 175mm or 180mm
  • 24t.p.i.
  • Cro-moly
  • Chrome plated
  • 9/16" pedals

  • There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review

    Crank Brothers Iodine 2 Wheelset 29" + Trance X 2013

    I saw a good bargain on Crank Brothers Iodine 2 Wheelset 29" What your verdict with this wheelset for those who are currently using it? Will it fit my Trance X 29er, since this wheelset accommodates 2.3 -2.5 tire.Read More »

    anyone own crank bros - mallet 2 pedals?

    I just bought the mallet 1s and realized they do not have the traction pins on the platform area. I am wondering if its worth returning them for the mallet 2s for the sake of the platform pins, for wearing non clip in pedals. The clip in part sticks out enough that i wonder if you can even get a ... Read More »

    XT 2 x 10 crank on Bandit 29

    I have 2013 Bandit 29 and the build kit can with the SRAM S1400 crank. While it seems to pedal and shift well I've had the none drive side loosen up twice on the trail even though everything is tight. I even used loctite the second time. I have a nice Shimano XT crank that can take 3 rings. I use ... Read More »

    2 speed front derailleur with converted 3 sp crank?

    I have a 3x9 SLX crank I just put on my Santa Cruz. Converted it to 2x9 using an outer bash. I'm needing a top swing front derailleur. Can I buy a 2x9 specific derailleur, or do the 2x9 cranks have a different chainline? Also, will my 3 speed shifter work with the 2x derailleur? Thanks for th ... Read More »

    2-ring crank options?

    I'm building my first "real" fat bike, I think I've worked through most of it, but I'm a bit stumped with the whole crank thing. I'm looking for something that can run a 22t (or in a perfect world 20t) small ring, and a 32t big ring... maybe a 34t at most. I'm looking for something fairly light s ... Read More »

    Read More »



     

    EUROBIKE





       

    MTBR on Facebook