Back in the day, racers drilled holes in their chainrings to make them lighter. The weight savings were minimal, but they sure looked cool. Our Drillium Crankset recaptures the look while upgrading to modern manufacturing techniques and tolerances.
The arms and rings are cold forged from 7075 aluminum alloy. The rings are thicker so they don't flex as on classic cranks. The outer rings have modern shifting aids such as ramps and pins, so shifting performance is much improved. All stainless hardware with allen head nuts/bolts. Includes self-extracting aluminum machined dust caps and BB bolts.
- Teeth: 48/34
- BCD: 110mm
- Q Factor: 143mm
- Chainline: 43.5mm
- Speeds: 5-11 compatible
- Taper: JIS square taper
- Suggested Bottom Bracket Spindle Length: 118mm
- Pedal Threading: 9/16"
- Weight: 645g
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This crankset is beautiful and I’m an ‘old school’ Campagnolo guy! This is going onto a Faggin Fiorentino frame. Please offer 52T and 48T chainrings.
This is my second crank - two bikes. Excellent quality, functions great and looks amazing. I have it matched up with a Sensah Empire 11 sp group set. All of my purchases from Velo Orange have been top quality at a good price.
Building out a Polyvalent Diamond and decided to put this crankset on it. It looks great (haven't tried it yet--still a long way to go on the build), but there is one small issue. When the bike shop put the crankset on, a cap covering the bolt came off. The shop was unable to put it back on! I still have the cap but neither they nor I could get it back on.
Ideas for solutions?
Great. Just stuck right now waiting on the wheelset before I ride.