What ever happened to Caramba cranks and does anybody have a pic of the
OH man I can show you pictures....gabe said:
UpsssRumpfy said:They come up for sale on a semi regular basis. You shouldn't have any problems finding some.
If you still want a set after that nice little photo shoot....be my guest.
My guess is their market value just droped a gread deal!
I heard they would be fine if you didn't over torque 20 FT/LBS. Just treat them nicely. I'llgabe said:
Some How after your comment the Pink Floyd Movie "The Wall" comes to my mind...DeeEight said:Again its like I was saying in the Kooka thread, we're talking about stuff that was made using a LOT less aluminium than shimano would have used. There's a durability issue you just have to be willing to accept to use them. I and others are willing to accept it, and no amount of pessimistic complaining about how much crank A or B snaps will stop us from using them. I'm particularly amused by how many people complain about it being a problem for them and how many they've seen broken, yet they're the ones who horde them as well and bid the hell out of them on ebay.
I'm sure is a bunch of thise too somewereerkan said:Anyone have a collection of broken Grafton cranks to?
well I guess they did not even get the name right,,And why does some say "Carumba" instead of "Caramba"