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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by vincent, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. vincent

    vincent Monkey

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    Helllllo

    I need to buy a crank for my new bike and I want it light, I read alot about the gravity lite and I know they're not the strongest but all I want is them to last me 1 racing season. I'd like to know from people who have experience with them if it's possible...I'm 150lbs and will race "pro" in quebec. If it's not a good idea I can get a deal on OCTs too but I don't really like that it's heavier do I have other options??
    Thanks
    Vincent
     
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  2. Ian Collins

    Ian Collins Turbo Monkey

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    they are strong, light, and stiff.....i highly recommend them
     
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  3. Total Heckler

    Total Heckler Beer and Bike Enthusiast

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    I am 210lbs and I use them on my Tomac Snyper. Love them.

    Nice and light/strong.

     
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  4. Kntr

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    I love mine
     
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