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    Anyone have info on the new Hollowgram SL cranks?

    Ive seen pics but I can't find info on them. I'm wondering when they will be available, what they're gonna cost, the actual weights of the arms, or for any links with write-ups on these new cranks.
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    Cool pics and link, but I still would like to know more details if anyone has them.
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    All I heard was that it should be 60 grams lighter and, the road version at least, is available in black anidized. I'm guessing it will be released at the same time as the new Super Six full carbon US made road bike, close to the Tour de France... although the crankset alone could be hard to get at first...

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    New info I found at cyclingnews.com
    Looks really cool. I can't wait to get a set of them!

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    and how much is a set of these?

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    Now they just need to make them for the tall folks. Although CDale makes some of the longest bikes around, their cranks (the 175's) make me feel like I'm riding a kids bike.
    Mabey just a little longer PLEASE.

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    No prices?
    What would my XT set wiegh, with all the stuff pictured?
    800? 1000g?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    No prices?
    What would my XT set wiegh, with all the stuff pictured?
    800? 1000g?
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    Around 870gr for the 04-07 XT, not bad for it's price, a great value.

    Silly thing is though, the Hollowgram is stiffer than most other cranksets at any weight and it could be even lighter with other rings... and only two....

    For the price, if you have too ask, it's probably too much for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    Around 870gr for the 04-07 XT, not bad for it's price, a great value.

    Silly thing is though, the Hollowgram is stiffer than most other cranksets at any weight and it could be even lighter with other rings... and only two....

    For the price, if you have too ask, it's probably too much for you.
    Your saying that to Me?
    Remember the $$ wheels I got. Plus I just sprung for the matching Blue Jockey wheels.
    It Was the touch the bike was missing
    CDT
    (So those cranks would net MAYBE 10 ounces or so...?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    No prices?
    What would my XT set wiegh, with all the stuff pictured?
    800? 1000g?
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    Like Dan said, exact 869 gr., what is a composition of:

    XT Hollowtech II FC-M 760 869,0 gr.
    Screw: 3 gr.
    Right crank: 540 gr.
    Left crank. 223 gr.
    Right bearing incl. plastic casing: 54 gr.
    Left bracket: 46 gr.
    2xDistance Rings plastic 3 gr. (optional)

    Remember: If U like to use SI cranks, you need an SI frame. With a SI frame, you have to add another 48 gr. for the BB-adaptor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    Your saying that to Me?
    Remember the $$ wheels I got. Plus I just sprung for the matching Blue Jockey wheels.
    It Was the touch the bike was missing
    CDT
    (So those cranks would net MAYBE 10 ounces or so...?)
    Can you show a pic or two of your bike? I'd like to see those wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbyte
    Like Dan said, exact 869 gr., what is a composition of:

    XT Hollowtech II FC-M 760 869,0 gr.
    Screw: 3 gr.
    Right crank: 540 gr.
    Left crank. 223 gr.
    Right bearing incl. plastic casing: 54 gr.
    Left bracket: 46 gr.
    2xDistance Rings plastic 3 gr. (optional)

    Remember: If U like to use SI cranks, you need an SI frame. With a SI frame, you have to add another 48 gr. for the BB-adaptor.
    So the FC-M 760 includes the rings...The SI pic shows the rings on the scale for the 600 gram count
    CDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiar577
    Can you show a pic or two of your bike? I'd like to see those wheels
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