Here is a durable and stylish single ring crankset ready for a 1x, singlespeed, fixed gear, or even an internal rear hub!
Cold forged and machined from 7075 aluminum alloy this chainset is strong and light. The 42 tooth chainring features a narrow-wide profile for excellent chain retention for all drivetrain styles.
All stainless hardware with allen head nuts/bolts. Includes aluminum machined dust caps and BB bolts. Dust caps function as self extracting crank hardware.
- Teeth: 42, narrow-wide
- BCD: 110
- Q Factor: 134mm
- Chainline: 42mm
- Chainring width: 3/32"
- Taper: JIS square taper
- BB Size: 110mm BB on many road and track bikes
- Pedal Threading: 9/16"
- Weight: 592 gr including dust caps and bolts
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Its like a jewel for your bike.
Building my own bike, I read numerous articles on BB spindle and they all basically said to go with what the crank manufacturer recommends, so I did. Well the Q factor is so narrow that using the recommended BB spindle (110) with these 175 mm cranks they would not clear the chain stay. I had to buy a wider 118 spindle BB and it barely clears the chain stay (width at end of a 175mm crank installed on IRD 110 spindle BB was 111 mm on my New Albion Privateer frame). They should post minimum chain stay widths for each crank length for their "recommended" 110 spindle length. Otherwise you will have to use trial and error, possibly buying multiple bottom brackets that cannot be returned after being installed. Then you have chain line to consider. Aside from that the cranks work, look good, and they have nice bolt caps. I'm running it on a 118 spindle shimano BB UN-300 with an 8 speed chain on a 20 tooth Shimano Nexus internally geared hub, good drivetrain setup. Most importantly, there were no other decent cranks at this price in-stock so there's that to consider.
The 1x is a great simple setup. Using this with Microshift Advent X. Works really well.
Just put this on a 1992 Bridgestone XO-3 frame I picked up and am doing up as a friction shifting 1x8. Looks beautiful, works great.
Replaced the black steel crank on my wife's Surly for a Valentine gift. Flowers come in the wrong chain width. I may have to put a thin spacer behind the BB cartridge.