advice on a 1x crankset for Trek Procaliber 9.6-
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  1. #1
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    advice on a 1x crankset for Trek Procaliber 9.6

    I have a 2017 Trek Procaliber 9.6 and have sheared the threads where the pedals screw in.

    Can someone with more knowledge than me (probably everyone on this forum lol) point me in the direction of some good 1x crankset options?

    Every time I think I've found a good option, there is something that prevents it from working correctly on the bike.

    Thanks in advance for a response.

    -Chad (newer year mountain bike component n00b)

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    From what I can tell you have a PF92 Bottom Bracket. You can pretty much run any crank you want, you just need to make sure you get the correct bottom bracket.

    For example you can run a Shimano BB92 BB and then run pretty much any crank that is Boost compatible from Shimano, or FSA, or old school Raceface

    Or you can run a BB92 30mm BB and then run just about any 30mm spindle crankset that is boost compatible.

    I don't know if your crank is the stock Raceface and if is 24 or 30mm on the spindle. If you want to use the BB that is currently on the bike, measure your spindle diameter on your crank and post back here.

  3. #3
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    If you like the crankset you currently have, look into Timesert, or Helicoil.

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