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6606 alloy is no pushover but to achieve the perfect amount of stiffness, it's got to be forged.
Something for everyone
3 crank lengths. This crank will fit just about anything on two wheels.
Stock Is For Amateurs
CINCH System allows you to swap in and out rings of all shapes and sizes. Customize any way you want
Around And Around We Go
The new crank on the XC and trail riding scene is back with a new sleek two-tone color scheme and a 165 mm length. Aggressively attack any loamy surface with full confidence and without putting too big of a hurt on your fun funds.
|Crank Arm Material||6066 Aluminum|
|Includes||Pedal Washers (Chain Rings & Bottom Brackets sold separately)|
|Spindle Diameter (MM)||24|
|Chainline||51mm - 137 Spindle (Chainline Chart)|
|Weight Conditions||32T Alloy Chain Ring|
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I picked this crank for some simple reasons. it features a 24mm axle and still comes in at very resonable weight penalty while providing enough stiffness. since 24mm diameter bottom brackets bearings are more reliable compared to their 30 mm counterparts I wanted to go back to 24mm. riding it for 2 years now on my RM Slayer I can say this piece took some serious hits during regular enduro and bike park missions but also countless hours on hill climbs.
taking into account a rider weight of 88kg
this workhorse performed surprisingly
smooth and without any creaking since it is properly greased and fixed with recommended torque once a year. one thing that needs to be improved is the finish as it started wearing off quite fast.
This crankset is still going after 3yrs and a lot of pedal strikes so can't complain. I definitely had the same creaking problems of the other reviewers, but after taking it apart, cleaning and greasing up the splines I haven't had any issues. There was some corrosion on the non-drive side of the spindle where it contacts the inner bearing race of the bottom bracket. Not sure if this was moisture ingress or insufficient grease from the bike shop originally, but some metal polish cleaned it up. Also started getting some corrosion on the inside of the spindle which was not great, but a light coating of grease has stopped that for now.
I have been riding a Santa Cruz Chameleon for 2 1/2 years. I bought this bike new and the Aeffect Crackset came standard. I love the frame but unfortunately I do not like the RaceFace products on this bike in particular the crankset. The crankset resonates sounds of creeks, cracks , and hard robust thuds. Before I know it the crankset is fractured like a bone and I can no longer safely ride my bike because the crank works itself loose. I ride my bike hard but very disappointed in this crankset because its gone bad way too soon.
If I were to do it all over again I would just buy the frame and build the bike up from there which is what I am basically doing now.
I have chosen to pursue Hope Spiderless Boost Crankset. Bye Bye RaceFace
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