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    question to northamerican and canadian riders.

    just wanted to ask you nice kind knowledgable folks in the states and canada, how much do raceface next sl 2x10 double cranks go for on yor side of the pond.
    as some of you know im in the process of building up a endo, im aiming for a light build and am consiering a nex sl crank, i just want to know if it would be cheaper to buy over there than here in the uk.
    can anyone give links to any cheap shops.

    would it be ceaper to get one from say vancouver rathr than whistler,

    thanks in advane ian,

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    It would be cheaper to get thm from the States. No question.

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    +1 on the states. Everything at Whistler is expensive....

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    You might be in luck. I think Wiggle has a sale on them right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleevem1 View Post
    You might be in luck. I think Wiggle has a sale on them right now
    wiggle kind of do mate, but the cheap one has sold. it was a 3x10 that went for arround 360 quid. the others are like 500 quid, hence me asking here if they would be any cheaper in the states. but thanks for your help matey.

    can anyone recomend any good mailorder shops in the states. the only one i know of is jensonusa, are these the cheapest or is there any cheaper. thanks again ian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirian View Post
    wiggle kind of do mate, but the cheap one has sold. it was a 3x10 that went for arround 360 quid. the others are like 500 quid, hence me asking here if they would be any cheaper in the states. but thanks for your help matey.

    can anyone recomend any good mailorder shops in the states. the only one i know of is jensonusa, are these the cheapest or is there any cheaper. thanks again ian.
    Jenson is pretty good. Lots of options though:

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    Have you tried Chain Reaction Cycles? Usually one of the cheapest games around, and they're based in the UK...
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    Happy hunting.

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    agreed. +1 for Chain Reaction Cycles. Starting from 363.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parabellum View Post
    Stay FAR FAR away from Cambria, they are on the blacklist of most buyers. There are threads about them on mtbr.com if you do a search.
    I would add Universal Cycles to the mix. Not sure if they carry what you are looking for, but have an automatic %15 off anything over $300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeBokeh View Post
    agreed. +1 for Chain Reaction Cycles. Starting from 363.99
    Yeah, I bought my Atlas cranks from Chain Reaction Cycles and got a smokin' deal (and I'm in the US).

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    ok thanks guys,,,,
    yeah i use crc all the time being from the uk, they defo have some great deals. the next sl cranks are still expensive on crc though, hence me trying to source one stateside.

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    Gotta pay to play. Jenson had them on sale in their 'lot sale' about a month and a half ago for $300USD. I think they only had a few as they were sold out very soon after the electronic flyer went out. Maybe sign up for a few of their email distribution lists and wait a bit to see if anything goes on sale? If you are quick you can be the lucky one to scoop them for a great price.
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    Jenson might be your best bet: 427.81

    Only one option available to ship immediately is the 170mm 28/40 tooth. all the other options ship in 2 weeks.

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