almost new chainset to move on. I bought this for the newly-released NDS 4iiii power meter to swap with the existing left side I have been using for a few months. Therefore the drive side, chainrings and axle are brand new. 52/36 semi-compact chainrings.
I really rate these cranks, light at basically same weight as Dura Ace 9100 and really stiff. Even I managed the install them myself, which given my mechanical skills is saying something. More chat from Cycling Tips: https://cyclingtips.com/2018/10/praxis-zayante-carbon-crankset-review/.
The used left crank has a small scrape, and some very light heel rub you can't really see other than at certain angles.
This is available for £270 for the chainset. However you may need the M30 BB tool (£15) and M30 BB. I have one for BB86 frame. I may hold on to the BB as a spare for my Canyon.
£270 for crankset + BB tool + BB
£250 for crankset + BB tool
£240 for crankset
Collection in E17 or EC3.
...and here is a picture of them on the aforementioned bike.
£10 off each price above:
£260 for crankset + BB tool + BB
£240 for crankset + BB tool
£230 for crankset
always love your ridiculously leggy saddle to bar drop
Proceeds from this sale are going 100% to the extra long sock fund.
Price drop on these, need them gone - I have a huge bill to pay to Infocrank 😕
£250 for crankset + BB tool + BB
£225 for crankset
£240 for crankset + BB tool + BB
£220 for crankset
Good price that. Underrated crank set.
£200 weekend offer on the crankset.
Would you ship to Oz?
FYI packed this weighs just over 700g so happy to ship wherever.
£225 full kit posted
£210 crankset posted
£200 for the crankset posted, please don't make me have to put this on eBay..
Birthday bump - £190 posted.
Off topic but what seat post is that, and how does it compare to the canyon one that came with the bike?
Smud. Pretty happy, although torquing it is a bit of an art. Less than half the weight which was the reason for the swap.
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