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Bontrager Big Earl Crankset  165mm 32/22T with bash guard
$69.99 $149.99 53% Savings
Special purchase, Big Earl Crankset Super strong Cold Forged Big Earl 165mm crankset made of 6061-T6 alloy ,9 speed with 32/22 chainring size and a 7075-T6 bash guard to save your teeth. Crankarms have Steel pedal inserts to give extra strength on those hard landings . this Crankset use's the ISIS style Bottom Bracket these are an OE (original equipment)Special and come in plain packaging. if you play hard and the your cranks aren't up to it, a pair of these will be nice addition ,they are made to take a beating . Note from the mechanic, all bicycle parts can be broke if you try hard enough . but these will take you a whole lot longer .
Bontrager Big Earl Crankset  170mm 32/22T with bash guard
$69.99 $149.99 53% Savings
Special purchase, Big Earl Crankset Super strong Cold Forged Big Earl 170mm crankset made of 6061-T6 alloy ,9 speed with 32/22 chainring size and a 7075-T6 bash guard to save your teeth. Crankarms have Steel pedal inserts to give extra strength on those hard landings . this Crankset use's the ISIS style Bottom Bracket these are an OE (original equipment)Special and come in plain packaging. if you play hard and the your cranks aren't up to it, a pair of these will be nice addition ,they are made to take a beating . Note from the mechanic, all bicycle parts can be broke if you try hard enough . but these will take you a whole lot longer .
Cyclone  Crankset 175mm singlespeed / fixie /etc.
$69.99
Cyclone Precision single speed Crankset with Bash guard A Great set up for a single speed or fixed gear bicycle, the crank arms are 175 mm long and made of aluminum alloy. The chainring is a 38 tooth and the bolt pattern is 104mm . It is made to be used with a 1/2 X 1/8 standard single speed chain. The Bash guard is great for protecting the ring from the mishaps of life or saving your pants from getting caught in the ring . The crank is made to be used with a square taper bottom bracket ( I like the Shimano ones) Choosing the right bottom bracket when setting up a fixe or single speed will depend on the frame. Here are a couple of suggestions for this crankset , mountain frames normally use a 113mm spindle , older mtn bikes 110mm spindle , vintage road / Track 107mm spindle .
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