110BCD Cranks, 180mm

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LugNut
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110BCD Cranks, 180mm

Postby LugNut » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:37 am

It's a long shot but hunting for cranks as above, or something of a similar long length, like 177.5mm.
Old Deore XT, Old Sugino Mighty Tour, Middleburn etc..

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Re: 110BCD Cranks, 180mm

Postby Nobody » Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:51 am

Not such a long shot if you buy new. Not too expensive either.
http://www.xxcycle.com/crankset-strongl ... ct,,en.php

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Re: 110BCD Cranks, 180mm

Postby LugNut » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:11 am

Ta, I think those are 130mm BCD though, same as everything else. 48-34 is getting close to what I want (46-30 would be ideal) but not quite. Also hoping to stay with square taper, should've mentioned that ^.
Middleburn RS7's are my best bet for new, but very hard to track down in Australia in 180mm and exhorbitantly expensive (up there with the Rene Herse). White Industries VBC are another good option, but again, more than I can afford.

Just hoping someone might have something kicking around...

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Re: 110BCD Cranks, 180mm

Postby Nobody » Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:56 am

The last option on the list in the link says:
REF : 15371 size : 180 mm ; special : 48/34 ; REF constructeur : 123264
As far as I know, you can't get below 38 tooth with a 130 BCD. However, I can understand your reluctance to have an external bearing BB if it's a commuter.

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