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I want to put a set of ashty cranks on a build I'm currently working on. I usually ride and use 180mm cranks when I run OPC on my builds. So what size do you guys recommend, in inches?

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Thanks. Sounds like I need 7"

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huh... thats what she said......

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Yep the 7" came in the Cro-mo versions only made from around 78 until 81. They came in chrome or candy colors over chrome. The ones coated in the "Black magix" phosphate coating came in 4.5, 5.5, 6.5 and 7.5.

 

Thun cranks may be another option for one piece cranks too. At one point Thun was a subsidiary of ABS

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Yep the 7" came in the Cro-mo versions only made from around 78 until 81. They came in chrome or candy colors over chrome. The ones coated in the "Black magix" phosphate coating came in 4.5, 5.5, 6.5 and 7.5.

 

Thun cranks may be another option for one piece cranks too. At one point Thun was a subsidiary of ABS

Sweet man thanks for the info. Now I know what i looking for.

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Yep the 7" came in the Cro-mo versions only made from around 78 until 81. They came in chrome or candy colors over chrome. The ones coated in the "Black magix" phosphate coating came in 4.5, 5.5, 6.5 and 7.5.

 

Thun cranks may be another option for one piece cranks too. At one point Thun was a subsidiary of ABS

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