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    S-Works Cranks on Ibis HDR 650b?

    I saw a thread awhile back that talked about installing the S-Works carbon cranks on an Ibis SL with a Lightning spider and Hive cups. I was wondering if the same could be done on the Ibis HDR 650b BUT with the SRAM XX1 rear cassette and shifters. The bottom bracket on the HDR is 68mm BSA (English threaded). Anyone know if this is possible and what I would need to order?

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    If its a 68mm BSA BB then you're all good. I use the s-works cranks on my 68mm BSA Anthem X along with E13 bottom bracket cups. For XX1 you'll need to order the speci s-works XX1 spider as well.

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    S-Works Cranks on Ibis HDR 650b?

    If it is exactly the same as the HD it will work. My brother & I both have 2012 HDs & we are running S-Works cranks. We use the Hive (e13) bottom bracket, Lightning 104BCD adapter & Wolftooth chain ring with no chain devices. Works incredible & possible one of the lightest setup you can buy for a reasonable price.

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    Thanks guys!!!

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