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    Opinions on my cranks

    I take delivery of this Heckler tomorrow as a replacement for my recently stolen Mojo. It's got a nice spec on it but I am a little confused about the cranks. From what I can see they're road biased. Has anyone come across them before?

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    Those forks trip me out every time I see them.
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    Where did you get the bike? You say it's a replacement, who is replacing your stolen bike? That's an older style Heckler, not a new style from SC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmallory View Post
    Where did you get the bike? You say it's a replacement, who is replacing your stolen bike? That's an older style Heckler, not a new style from SC.
    I bought this used as a second bike to fill the gap until the insurance is sorted out
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    rotor is a well-known Spanish crankset and chainring brand...they made all type of cranksets from road to mtb.....Rotor Bike Components

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban View Post
    rotor is a well-known Spanish crankset and chainring brand...they made all type of cranksets from road to mtb.....Rotor Bike Components
    I had come across them but from what I can make out that particular model is a road crank
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    The Agilis is offered in both a MTB or Road version. The spindle length and spiders will change, but the crank arm itself is the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason745 View Post
    The Agilis is offered in both a MTB or Road version. The spindle length and spiders will change, but the crank arm itself is the same.
    Just the info I was looking for thanks!
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