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    Hollogram SL Crank Question!

    Is there a difference b/t 2012 and 2013? Also, what type of chain rings are compatible and can you buy them from c'dale or are they after market?

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    I'm not expert, but from the looks of it, the arms are shaped slightly different and the graphics are diffferent as well. However, functionally I believe they are the same (i.e. fit on existing spiders/lockrings/etc.). I do believe Cannondale is putting out a new spindle & BB for mountain cranks. There are a number of aftermarket chainrings available. Basically, anything that fits the XX crank spider pattern (i.e. Praxis Works, SRAM, etc)...assuming you're running a 2x10 of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 58teeth View Post
    I'm not expert, but from the looks of it, the arms are shaped slightly different and the graphics are diffferent as well. However, functionally I believe they are the same (i.e. fit on existing spiders/lockrings/etc.). I do believe Cannondale is putting out a new spindle & BB for mountain cranks. There are a number of aftermarket chainrings available. Basically, anything that fits the XX crank spider pattern (i.e. Praxis Works, SRAM, etc)...assuming you're running a 2x10 of course.
    Thanks for the info!

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