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    Carbonified Hollowgram spindle...

    Apparently saves 40grams.... I'm sure Eliflap already has a few ordered!

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    hellore done this

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    Haaa I see, I thought it was made by Roel's new shop...

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    .... i don't know ... i sent 3 road spindles to Mattias to do that work

    however i saw on FB from Roel's page. so for now , i'm wrong ...

    but........ Dan, you need a trip to Italy to PPRacing shop in Dolomites

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    ok Paulissen repiled me on FB , done by RH racing

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    here the Swedish one
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    Quote Originally Posted by eliflap
    but........ Dan, you need a trip to Italy to PPRacing shop in Dolomites
    I went to France to do some road riding and racing in the Pyrénées the last two years, I'd love to go in the Dolomites next...

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    If you're going with fancy spindles might as well get some other fancy Europarts.
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    and this one from Italy ???
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    Or these




    I have this from wrxsti via Mattias.

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    I like these. 42/27 instead of the 44/30 I got with Extralite, Plus it mounts flush to the back of the driveside crank arm so 122mm spindle length is no problem. Still Italian though, bellisimmo!
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    the limitation of FRM combo set is :

    -poor limitation of teeth chioce


    so better this other brands from Italy too:

    Zeta and Aribike

    both , you can choose teeth combinations as your style needs

    ... and colors too

    Armani can sleep safe !
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    Choice is great and I used to think I couldn't make it without a real granny gear, but now on a 29'er I'm thinking that 42/27 is probably all I'll ever want. I do plan to use my 44/30 for "cross" mode path riding for early season training, though. FRM looks good, pinned, and maybe a little beefier than that Ari one. The Zeta's are nice but no pins.
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    you do not need pins , if angle of teeth is absolutely the right angle to permit chain to shift in right way


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    Quote Originally Posted by YB1
    I like these. 42/27 instead of the 44/30 I got with Extralite, Plus it mounts flush to the back of the driveside crank arm so 122mm spindle length is no problem. Still Italian though, bellisimmo!
    Reminds me that I have a spare 122mm spindle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by XgreygOOse
    Or these




    I have this from wrxsti via Mattias.

    How do those Carbon Ti rings hold up? Race day only? I was thinking of using those for my new build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil335
    How do those Carbon Ti rings hold up? Race day only? I was thinking of using those for my new build.
    I've been using them for over 1200km with no problems at all.

    If you are worried about durability try the full titanium one, only 14g heavier

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    This thread is an explosion of chainring porn. I just keep scrolling up and down. and drooling.

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    It does not look like their website is up (
    http://www.rh-racing.it) does anyone have a way to get in touch with RH? I am looking for a SISL spindle (with the lip machined off) in the narrowest length for 68mm shell, carbon or otherwise.

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    facebook , searching for roel

    122 is the narrowest

    but for which bike and which rings ?

    be carefully , with spider 4 arms you have rings limitations in some bikes ....

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    I will give that a try thanks- It's a 130bcd SISL SRM that I would like to run on a different bike- (68mm). The bike is a Blue RC8. If I can't make this happen I am interested in getting a 94bcd spider (42,29) and running the crankset on a 73mm MTB. I know I will need a longer/modified spindle either way. I am wondering if these carbon spindles are a length that works for 68/72mm shells without spacers (narrowest q-factor).

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    i'd like to see the FEA on these spindles

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    Can someone recommend me a place to get a Hollowgram spindle to fit a 84.5 mm bottom bracket? it's to fit a Hollowgram SI (double) to a S-works 2010 EPIC.

    Help badly needed.

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