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    Help with X0 DH crank

    I've ordered this Truvativ X0 DH GXP Chainset 1x10sp 2012 | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com to fit my Yeti which takes a 73mm bb. I'm concerned it's an 83mm crank however and wonder if anypne can help me out. I think i've got the right thing bearing in mind CRC also have a seperate gpx 83mm listing. Can anyone help me out here?

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    It should be available in both 73 and 83mm versions. You'll need to check with CR to get clarity on which one they're sending you. The description mentions 83mm, but it could be cut and paste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rammer View Post
    It should be available in both 73 and 83mm versions. You'll need to check with CR to get clarity on which one they're sending you. The description mentions 83mm, but it could be cut and paste.
    ya.. I'd contact CR, it's pretty clearly stated that it's a 83mm spindle but like rammer said they do a lot of copy-paste listings from the manufacturer soo...?
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