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    New question here. Can anyone ID these cranks ?

    I picked these cranks up a local bike swap. 180mm, 94mm bolt spacing, square taper, bolt on spider. Absolutely no markings to be seen, anyone know what they are ? They seem pretty light and appear to be good quality... Any clues would be most appreciated.

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    Perhaps Toplines?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mine'sAPint
    I picked these cranks up a local bike swap. 180mm, 94mm bolt spacing, square taper, bolt on spider. Absolutely no markings to be seen, anyone know what they are ? They seem pretty light and appear to be good quality... Any clues would be most appreciated.

    Cheers,
    Ian.
    they look like TNT's from the cnc'ing on them.... similar to the ones I have, but these look like the earlier versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    they look like TNT's from the cnc'ing on them.... similar to the ones I have, but these look like the earlier versions.
    Hey thanks! It looks like you're spot on:
    http://www.bikepro.com/products/cranks/tnt.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mine'sAPint
    Hey thanks! It looks like you're spot on:
    http://www.bikepro.com/products/cranks/tnt.html

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    Ian.
    These are the HDS versions that they made before going under. I have had no problems with these, but I have heard that they had breaking issues. The non drive side is blue BTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    These are the HDS versions that they made before going under. I have had no problems with these, but I have heard that they had breaking issues. The non drive side is blue BTW.
    Whoa, nice colour scheme fella!

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