The crankset is the combination of components that convert motion from the rider's leg movements into rotational motion to drive the chain and propel the bike. The crankset includes one or more chainrings (sprockets) and the two cranks, or arms, to which the pedals are attached.

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What large chainrings are compatible with Shimano FC6603 crankset?

On my race bike I have a crankset FC6603. I want to replace my outer chain ring (My inner and middle chainrings are OK). But I cannot find an online store where they sell the outer chainring of this ...
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Replacing Crankset

My dad bought a 2004 Fuji Absolute hybrid used and I rode it to a DIY shop to get everything checked out. On the way, the the chain came off once (1.5mi). Turns out the right crank arm is a little ...
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Low gearing setup for road bike with Shimano dual control

Question: What is my best bet for a crankset, given the following requirements for a road bike I am setting up: 68mm "English" thread bottom bracket Shimano STI "brifters", 2x10 (I already have ...
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Crank-set issue

I am having a crankset issue, I have tested by holding both brakes and moving the crank and pedals parallel and pushing down, with each 180 rotation, the crank moves and thuds a little each side. ...
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Replacement crankset for Shimano SG B 52/39?

I have a very basic Specialized Allez (XL frame) street bike (pictured in my avatar) with a cheap SG B52/39 chainring needing replacement (warped and wearing out after two years of daily use). But ...
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Don't know spindle size?

I'm not quite sure what size my spindle is on my giant downhill bike. I bought it a while back and it hasn't caused any problems. I've only recently taken up making it look good. All I want is 2 ...