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    Chris Bling
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    pre 1995 XTR square taper cranks

    Hey everyone,

    i am a wrench and one of the local bike shops here in utah and we have a racer that is looking for some pre 1995 XTR square taper cranks. we are trying to get her "Q" factor down as much as we can, and we are having a beast of a time trying to find cranks that will work for her. if you have any old XTR's laying around, or know anyone who does, please let me know.

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    Wow, that will be really hard to find some M900's.

    Ebay could be your best bet, I might know someone, I will ask also.

    Other cranks to look at are Ritchey, they used to have some of the lowest Q's around
    I think that their ISIS still might be low-pro's too, some NOS stuff around at Performance shops and such.
    Tho I think the last MTB cranks they made were in 2003? New stuff is all Roadie.
    Their old SQTaper WCS cranks were the lowest Q of all cranks made, I had some but sold the bike in 97.

    Otherwise good luck!
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    I love the old Ritchey Logic cranks. I have half a set of my old MB1 (driveside, as my signiture suggets).
    Rivendell Bicycle Works touts the Sugino XD2 as the crank of choice for their steeds. It's a MTB worthy component from the manufacturer of the very same Ritchey cranks (and MANY others) mentioned above. With a Q in the high 160's, it's not too broad a stance, either.
    http://www.rivbike.com/webalog/crank...ngs/12067.html
    -Chris

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