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    CQP Pro-Lite Titanium Crankset

    So who bought these?

    CQP Pro-Lite Titanium Crankset, Vintage Cooks Road Mountain Bike Cranks Rare

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    Totally cool, but $1576.00, WHOLLY SCHNICKIES 8O

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    I was watching those....so cool, but I'd rather have a P series Ritchey or a Potts for those $.


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    Crazy!!

    Good to see you again Bunny.
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    Yeh, good to be back, living up in Mass again, gotta do another east coast vintage ride again. Maybe in the spring

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    I wouldn't pay a penny over $1400, there's a smudge on the non-drive side arm.
    Don't call it a gooseneck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoaststeve View Post
    I was watching those....so cool, but I'd rather have a P series Ritchey or a Potts for those $.


    Steve
    Please let me know if you find a BIG potts for $1526!

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    so my question is....How rare are these?
    I kow that cook products are still desierable and I've never seen another set of these Ti cranks, but how rare are they...anybody here have a set?

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    Are those really ti and not the steel version?
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    would those things last under daily usage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    would those things last under daily usage?

    no too sure, but I'd be more than willing to give them a test...I dont weigh much so I can always get away with the lighter goods..there's got to be someone around here that has a set, or at least used them????....anybody got some experience with these?

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    Hmmm. Steel version.

    CQP Pro-Lite Titanium Crankset-feb24.jpg

    Photo from Veloculture

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    Chuck a grinding stone into a Dremel and check. Easy and quick test of Ti vs. steel.
    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    CQP PRo-Lite Titanium Crankset

    Quote Originally Posted by syklystt View Post
    so my question is....How rare are these?
    I kow that cook products are still desierable and I've never seen another set of these Ti cranks, but how rare are they...anybody here have a set?
    I have two sets of the CQP Pro-Lite Ti Crankset, a polished set on my Boulder Ti Mtn Bike (circa mid '90s) and a set on my Litespeed Ti Tachyon. I've ridden them for almost 20 years with no failures! I'll include a pic of them on my mtn bike.
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    Ti cranks

    Quote Originally Posted by jroller View Post
    I have two sets of the CQP Pro-Lite Ti Crankset, a polished set on my Boulder Ti Mtn Bike (circa mid '90s) and a set on my Litespeed Ti Tachyon. I've ridden them for almost 20 years with no failures! I'll include a pic of them on my mtn bike.
    I have two pairs. I'm thinking about selling one. What are they really worth?CQP Pro-Lite Titanium Crankset-20141105_160842.jpg

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