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    Looking for an M700 or Specialized crankset

    Anyone have a spare set? Looking for either one of those with 175 arms and original rings in good shape. Will trade a comparable M730 crankset or anything else you might need that I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed
    Anyone have a spare set? Looking for either one of those with 175 arms and original rings in good shape. Will trade a comparable M730 crankset or anything else you might need that I have.
    I......







    .....don't have any.
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    Not M700 afterall

    Thanks for nothin Rumpfy.

    Actually it turns out after doing my homework (thanks Ken) that theyre not called M700, theyre called FC 6206 cranks. I need the cranks that came in the first generation XT group from '83-86.

    Or the old cold forged Specialized cranks.

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    DL - give Chuck a call. We sold lots of those Specialized cranks. He might have a few arms and rings left. In fact, that Ibis that he recently had on ebay was stripped of parts and a Specialized crankset may have been on it.

    I've got the original Specialized crankset that came on my Salsa in '86/7 that I'll trade for that Cunningham (okay, not the whole bike, but I'll settle for the brakes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssmike
    DL - give Chuck a call. We sold lots of those Specialized cranks. He might have a few arms and rings left. In fact, that Ibis that he recently had on ebay was stripped of parts and a Specialized crankset may have been on it.

    I've got the original Specialized crankset that came on my Salsa in '86/7 that I'll trade for that Cunningham (okay, not the whole bike, but I'll settle for the brakes)
    Great idea. Thanks. I actually need to call him anyway.

    Let me get back to you on the trade you mentioned. I need to mull that over a bit.

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    Let me dig through my parts box this weekend. I recall having a set of Specialized cold forged cranks. I am pretty sure that they don't have any chainrings on them and if they do, they are not original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce
    Let me dig through my parts box this weekend. I recall having a set of Specialized cold forged cranks. I am pretty sure that they don't have any chainrings on them and if they do, they are not original.
    Sounds good. Thanks!

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