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    yeah 11-36 XT cassette with SLX clutch medium cage with zee shifter.

    took mud guards and mech protector off - now 24.15lb

    bike has replaceable dropouts

    mech hanger was 106g

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    What a coincidence, I'm using the exact same drivetrain. Hi-5.

    I went with a 30t chainring front and have a wolftooth 42t (from their sale last month). Not sure if its needed just yet.

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    I didn't bother, Lewis needs to learn to use gears rather than pedal frantically up hill in the lowest gear possible

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    Really, 152... I'm an adult and decided that I like 125mm on my road bike, my MTB and cross cranks are now at the Machine shop getting cut down to 130mm. Did a 4000 ft hill climb time trial race on 127.5 and beat most of the peeps 20 yrs younger. And I had a torn Perenal tendon in my ankle.....

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    Wow, you're a unicorn my friend!

    Quote Originally Posted by ladljon View Post
    Really, 152... I'm an adult and decided that I like 125mm on my road bike, my MTB and cross cranks are now at the Machine shop getting cut down to 130mm. Did a 4000 ft hill climb time trial race on 127.5 and beat most of the peeps 20 yrs younger. And I had a torn Perenal tendon in my ankle.....

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    Just purchases a set for my son's bike. He outgrew his 145mm cranks I got from Bikesmith. They'll be up for sale once I get them swapped out for the 152's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloonz View Post
    Just purchases a set for my son's bike. He outgrew his 145mm cranks I got from Bikesmith. They'll be up for sale once I get them swapped out for the 152's.
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    short cranks

    No I'm not a unicorn....just s/o that knows the same thing bike manufactories have known all along.....too expensive to make a whole line of different lengths of crank arms....so they just make a handful....165,167.5,170,,175.... Just like when I got started in MTBiking...they did not make a 15" or a 16.5" only 17.18,19, and 21"....Why should s/o who is 5' ride the same length cranks as a person who is 6'? Sure, U can adapt to riding longer cranks, but at what cost in the long run.....Dean bike with 125mm cranks....
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