[Classicrendezvous] Triple cranks found (was: looking for triple cranks


From: ABikie@aol.com
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 12:22:58 EST
To: sadiejane9@hotmail.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org, internet-bob@bikelist.org
Subject: [Classicrendezvous] Triple cranks found (was: looking for triple cranks

Wow what a coincidence I was just reading a note from someone for whom i'd just re-sized a triple to a 160mm so he could spin and use lower gears as well and I remembered a box of new cranksets i had downstairs

I picked up some XC pro cranksets, 170 and maybe some 175, when I heard the world was heading micro. I also remembered that these are arguably the finest forgings (true drom cold forged as opposed to some other methods used at the time) ever to come out. I intended to have some machining done on them one day, as thjey are one of the few cranksets that allows that operation

The finish is something that would look great on a classic touring, 'cross, or even atb.

Thesed are new in boxes.

I have no idea what they should go for and I know that CR requires a priuce, but this isn't an official ad and I'm not an official anyway.

Originally they were $180, or about a buck a millimeter (or $180 per tooth and the arms thrown in free) Anyone have an idea? YThe finish is a clear polish, including the backsides of the arms that most cranks leave these days with some questionable shoe-sole appearance.

Hope this helps

Larry Black