The original sugino cranks I've been running on my bike are finally giving up the ghost. Looking to buy a dedicated track crank this time so wondered if people had any advice on what to go for. I've got 120 rear spacing with miche primato hubs (42mm chainline)
Miche primato - nice, strong cranks, don't take 130 rings which is a pain
Sugino RD - nice cranks but bolts and ring are a bit lame i hear??
Stonglight ST-100 - seem like a goo option
Parker's do a couple of cheapo ones at about 50 notes as well. I know this has come up in the past but are there any other options I'm missing??
I've got the miche primato's, very good so far. can pick them up for around 70.
there are a good few pairs of campy record cranks on ebay USD $ 64 add postage and you have a nice pair of quality cranks for 40 - 50 squid
jump on these and they should work they are meant for dual chainrings but will work with one
My next cranks will probably be Miche. You already have the Miche hubs, so i say stay consistent.
although dicki has a point,
would be a good idea to scout out the old bay for some deals, wish i had done that in hindsight depsite the primatos being super good.
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