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    Anyone have the Deus Crank weight?

    And or the BB. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedMantra
    And or the BB. Thanks.
    Weight is 835g complete (with BB, 3 rings).
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    Sorry, I meant the arms alone and the bb alone. I should have been more clear. Thanks.
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    "Attention shoppers, please report to the weight-weenie forum immediately."
    Seriously dude, isn't it enough that the set is about 3 rings lighter than 825 grams?
    Again, I love the old addage. If you hit the little boys room before you ride, I bet you could lose the weight of those rings. =)


    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedMantra
    Sorry, I meant the arms alone and the bb alone. I should have been more clear. Thanks.

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    I posted it in WW and no one replied, so I thought I would post here cause this is where someone who would use it for a single ring would be found. And I'm not really a WW. My fully is pushing 30lbs. I just want my ss to be light. Not crazy light, but light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedMantra
    I posted it in WW and no one replied, so I thought I would post here cause this is where someone who would use it for a single ring would be found. And I'm not really a WW. My fully is pushing 30lbs. I just want my ss to be light. Not crazy light, but light.
    I wish I had your problem. My rigid SS 29er weighs 29lbs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedMantra
    I posted it in WW and no one replied, so I thought I would post here cause this is where someone who would use it for a single ring would be found. And I'm not really a WW. My fully is pushing 30lbs. I just want my ss to be light. Not crazy light, but light.
    I have several pair in the shop, I can weigh the BB seperately and let you know. I weighed the rings a while ago, they were 102, 54, 24.
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