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Origin8 Single Chainring Bolts
Revamp the look of your single speed cranks with some new hardware. Origin-8's Single Chainring Bolts give a high polished look to any crankset. The anodized finish comes in multiple colors to highlight your crank and makes it look as good as you do. You can also choose between steel or aluminum bolts. • Set of 5 male/female bolts • Inside measures 4mm when tightened, 7mm total height
SRAM Carbon Crank Arm Boot
$10.99
SRAM’s cranks are strong and tough, ready for any kind of ride. So it’s inevitable that pedal strikes and debris will chip away at the end of the crank. SRAM’s Carbon Crank Boot is an upgrade that combats the wear and tear that comes with hard riding. The boot protects the crank from surface damage and keeps the rider’s style perfectly intact.
Sunlite One-Piece Crankarm
$17.89 - $18.99
- Forged steel - 24 TPI
Sunlite Aluminum Crankarm (Left)
$18.99
• Square taper interface • Only includes left crank
Sunlite Aluminum Low Profile Horizontal Square Crankarm (Left)
$19.99 - $24.99
- Horizontal square interface - Only includes left crank
Shimano Tourney TY501 Crankset
$26.99 - $44.99
The Tourney TY501 crankset provides crisp, reliable shifting for your triple chainring drivetrain. - Precision indexed shifting - 8/7/6-speed compatible - 3 crank length specification available - Precise chain line control - Light and reliable shifting - Versatile performance - Wide compatibility with multiple components - Quick and precise assembly
Shimano Alivio MT210-2 Crankset
$54.99
Kick your mountain biking into gear with the performance and durability of an Alivio MT210 crankset. - High-quality anodized finish - Precise and reliable shifting
Shimano Alivio M4050 Triple Crankset
$83.99
Shimano's 9-speed Alivio Crankset is a solid replacement for your tired, worn out cranks. They give you the gears you need to quickly cruise through the city or take on the steepest trails. Plus, the chainrings shift super-quick and precise. - BB Included: No - Chainring BCD: 96/64mm - Chainrings Included: Yes - Crank Intended Use: Mountain - Drivetrain Speeds: 9 - Pedal Spindle: 9/16-inch - Spindle Diameter: 24mm - Spindle Interface Type: Shimano Hollowtech II
Shimano Sora Four-Arm Crankset
$131.99
- Series: SORA - Crank Construction: 2-piece crank construction - Bottom Bracket: BB-RS500, BB-RS500-PB - Chain Line: 43.5 - 9-speed - Four-arm BCD
Shimano Deore XT Crank (Double)
$230.99 - $234.99
- Various choices for bike and riding style - More durable chainwheel teeth - New 3D composite chain ring's teeth composition is optimized for each chainwheel load out (1x11, 2x11 & 3x11) with steel driving gear teeth and aluminum support gears - Improved driving rigidity - Loose ratio gear combination for minimum shifting gap and maintaining rhythm - Enhanced chain retention - Better sealing and better rotation - Model Number : FC-M8000-2 - Series : DEORE XT - Cassette Compatibility : 11 - Bolt Circle Diameter : P.C.D. 96/64mm - Crank Arms : HOLLOWTECH II Technology - Bottom Bracket : BB-MT800 / BB-MT800-PA - Chain Line : 48.8mm - BB Shell Width : 68, 73mm
SRAM XX1 Eagle Boost DUB SL Crankset
$525.00
True competitors are always looking for a performance advantage—a relentless pursuit of equipment that is lighter, stiffer, stronger, and more durable. To create the best drivetrain possible, we re-examined and re-engineered our crankset design. Our all-new XX1 Eagle CARBON TUNED crankset is our lightest, stiffest, and strongest to date. DUB technology enhances this by simplifying the relationship of the spindle to the bottom bracket and redefining the measure of durability. DUB-powered cranksets deliver simplicity, compatibility, and durability. - DUB technology delivers the lightest, stiffest, and strongest crankset available - SRAM CARBON TUNED crank technology provides extreme stiffness and low weight - The X-SYNC 2 chainring provides significantly quieter performance with better mud clearing and extraordinary durability - New colorway is matched to work with XX1 Eagle AXS-enabled componentry
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