I have the Hollowgram Si / FSA crankset 52/36 with 172.5 cranks on my Caad12 and I want to swap out to 165mm cranks. Looking to buy or trade full crankset or just the crank arms. Very little mileage on mine (~200km).
165mm hollowgrams are rare. IIRC only the SiSL2 versions come in 165mm. Would you consider other cranksets? Might be worth making that clear in the thread title.
I know it's a long shot. There's an Si version as well and I don't want to change out the BB if I don't have to. If I have to go that route or buy new I'll probably switch to something else. Haven't thought that far ahead.
Didn't @Hippy buy up the worldwide stock for his triathlon bike?
No. They both come in 165mm.
My TT bike (it has never been ridden in a pair of speedos) has 165mm Si cranks on it.
I remember incorrectly, then :)
Getting hold of either of them in 165mm sucks arse.
Yes - quite a difference between cannondale saying they make them and actually being able to get your hands on them.
Thanks for the info. I'll start investigating other options.
I did. But then I am the most persistent person I know and I'm prepared to argue that fact with anyone until one or both of us dies. ;)
Most of the problem was the UK distrib. If I'd just ordered from Germany or USA initially I probably would've got the cranks 3 months sooner.
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