Some dutty CAD based on their not-to-scale frame fit diagrams suggests about 5mm per crank.
I understand SRAM road cranks have a Q factor around 145mm, and MTB is around 169mm. Is this only due to the change in spindle length, or are the crank arms a different shape?
As above, anyone got one they'd like to shift? Carbon or alu, no matter.
You can get the tool for the same price as a four pack of beers. Fits a lot of current external cup BB standards.
Well spotted! Lovely riding around there.
I vaguely remember trying to enter stuff pre-website, CTT have come a long way.
Natch. I wish CTT would let you save or favourite events before entering them.
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