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“Super Strong Cranks”

The Good: I don't have this particular iteration of the Cult OS cranks because mine are over 2 years old now! They've lasted an incredibly long time, and they continue to hold up even through my learning of crank arm grinds ( bless my poor sprocket's soul).

The Bad: Nothing bad about them.

Overall Review:

Super strong cranks all around. I would recommend to anyone.

“Rad and solid”

The Good: RHD&LHD Cult=street cred? Arms are strong as fuck Light Solid (but wiht every solid cranks they are a pain to put assemble and desemble.

The Bad: 79.2% Sure I bent the splindle.

Overall Review:

Really rad reliable crankset!

“Solid Cranks”

The Good: No flex Some like the look spindle and pedal bosses can take abuse

The Bad: Spindle is a tiny bit bigger than my last spindles so i had to hammer spacers on >.

Overall Review: They're good so far. I've only had em 2 months so i cant speak to the lifespan. My last cranks snapped on the pedal boss and one the spindle boss so that shouldn't be a problem with these. If i was making a pair of cranks they would look like this, good job cult

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Weight 1 lb 14.3 oz (859 g)
Miscellaneous wrap around gusset design. 3-pc tubular design with heat-treated swaged chromoly arms, 1-pc spindle/sprocket boss, 19mm hollow chromoly spindle with 48 splines and a single flush mount hollow spindle bolt. rhd/lhd compatible.
Price $149.99
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