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Truvativ

Truvativ Stylo Eagle Fat Bike 4" DUB Crank Set Direct Mount 30 teeth 12-speed black

ID: 773565
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Product Description

The new STYLO Carbon crankset was designed for riders who feel most at home when riding endless single trails. This is a completely new crankset, employing a specially engineered layup technology. Built tough, to handle lines through rock gardens and trail, the new STYLO Carbon is strong, stiff and light. Combined with the new SRAM Eagle direct mount chainrings, and as a compatible crankset to the Eagle drivetrain.

SRAM DUB technology features a better-engineered bottom bracket and a new spindle design. Together, these allow for a more uniform approach to bottom bracket fitment, better sealing against contamination and forward and backward compatibility. Now everyone can benefit from a new measure of durability.

Details

  • Can be combined with SRAM Eagle drives
  • For 11/12-speed drives
Specifications
Intended use
MTB  
Chainrings
Chainring Number: 1 chainring
Gearing: 30 teeth
Cranks
Compatability circuit: 12-speed
Build: Direct Mount
Axle Clamp: DUB (28.8 mm)
BCD: Without bolt circle
Hole circle type: Without bolt circle
Chain line: 66.5 mm
Material
Crank arm: carbon / chainring: aluminium  
Weight
577  g
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: without inner bracket  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2019
Product number
773565
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