Rapidé StrongArm SL Crankset

R 1,589.00
Kensington, Gauteng
Hi Guys,

We now have the new Rapidé StrongArm SL Cranks in stock:

Rapidé StrongArm SL Crank Arms are made from forged 7050-T6 alloy, making them stronger and lighter. They are versatile for use on XCO/XCM/Trail/Enduro bikes.

A light hollow core heat treated steel 24mm axle connects the crank arms and is compatible with the most common BB size in use today, BSA 24mm making Rapidé StrongArm cranks compatible with all Shimano® BBs.

Rapidé offers both threaded external cup BBs for 68/73mm bottom brackets plus a Pressfit BB for 86/92mm bottom brackets.

Rapidé BBs are also compatible with Shimano® cranks providing an affordable performance BB option at a great price for a large range of cranks on the market today.

The left crank arm is attached using a quick and secure twin pinch bolt retention system for easy maintenance and quick configuration changes.

The Rapidé StrongArm SL crankset is available with a 104bcd spider and chainrings – both round and oval Narrow Wide plus Direct Mount chainrings in round and oval 3mm and 6mm offsets to give you the widest possible selection of chainring choice, the greatest versatility and future proofing.

* Crank arm length: 175mm

* Axle: 24mm Ø

* Chainline: 49mm

* Weight: 689 grams (crank arms, 30t Direct Mount OVL chainring)

* Crank Arms only R959

* Crank Arms, BB, Direct Mount round chainring R1590

https://www.rapide.co.za/product/rapide-strongarm-sl-crankset/
  • Date listed: 11 September 2019 - 05:45
  • Condition: New
  • Advertiser: Kiwi (Dealer / business user)
  • Advert ID: 346233

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Comments & questions

Pipsqueak, Feb 08 2019 08:52

Kiwi, if I have a non-boost, old school frame, which offset ring do I use?

Kiwi, Feb 08 2019 08:56

Kiwi, if I have a non-boost, old school frame, which offset ring do I use?

 

Hi Pipsqueak,

 

A 6mm offset chainring would be the one to go for.

betaboy, Aug 04 2019 03:35

Possible to have this for a Racing BMX setup?

Kiwi, Aug 04 2019 05:31

Possible to have this for a Racing BMX setup?

 

Hi Betaboy,

 

Unfortunately these cranks are designed for MTB use. 

_freak_, Aug 04 2019 06:54

im looking to build a fixed single speed, ill need the complete crank with BB & ring

What offset should i look at?

_freak_, Aug 04 2019 06:56

im looking to build a fixed single speed, ill need the complete crank with BB & ring

What offset should i look at?

Kiwi, Aug 04 2019 08:02

im looking to build a fixed single speed, ill need the complete crank with BB & ring
What offset should i look at?


Hi _freak_,

If the bike has a threaded BB and a non Boost rear hub the 6mm offset would be the one to go for.

_freak_, Aug 04 2019 08:31

Hi _freak_, If the bike has a threaded BB and a non Boost rear hub the 6mm offset would be the one to go for.

 

thanks

dont know  about boost, but it a an old 26'er with Mavic Crossride wheels...

ill place the order for the 6mm then, thanks