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  • Shimano SLX M675 10 Speed Double Chainset
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170mm
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  • Dyna-Sys specific (HG-X) 10-speed mountain drivetrain compatibility
  • Hollow-forged, 2-tone aluminum arms with a reinforced spider and an integrated, HollowTech-II (HT2) bottom-bracket spindle for improved power transfer
  • 4-arm 64/104mm BCD with anodized aluminum outer / composite-reinforced steel middle / steel inner HG-X chainrings with pins/ramps for precise shifting
  • Included wide-stance bottom bracket cupset with outboard bearings offers increased rigidity (fits both 68/73mm with included spacers) and designed for a 50.0mm chainline (BB92 and BB30 adapter bearings available separately)
  • 68/73mm BB Shell
  • Colour: Black
  • BoltCircle: 104mm
  • Teeth: 38.24t, 40.28t, 38.26t
  • Speed: 10 Speed
  • Length: 175mm, 170mm
  • Material: Alloy
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice bit of kit Weighs 749.5g (Without the bottom bracket.) Nice bit of kit, bought this to replace a 3x9 XT set up. 02 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Guarnitura con eccellente rapporto tra qualità e prezzo Guarnitura affidabile, molto leggera per la fascia di prezzo e robustezza. Da prendere senza pensarci su molto, forse la migliore della categoria in relazione anche al prezzo per utilizzi all mountain ed enduro 23 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Surprisingly stiff and light After changing the flexy stock sram s1400 crank that came stock on my covert for an old pair of saint M800,s for the extra stiffness I thought i would save some weight by going for these. i have been running these cranks 1x10 since i got them a few weeks back, which required me to space my e13 out a little due to the offset of the 2x10 design but i prefer the look of the spider as i don't run a bash. I ride mostly DH orientated trails and was expecting to get some of the flex back compared to the old saints but I can hardly tell the difference on the trail, time will tell as to how long they last but knowing my previous shimano cranks they will go on for years. 24 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smooth, Easy to fit, This is a good piece of kit, easy to fit and set up. Well built and a nice upgrade from the previous SRAM 3 ring crankset I had. 12 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Outstanding Value for money! Stunning product. I've had SLX 9sp cranks on my bikes for the last 3 years. When my insurance replacement came with some very flexy SRAM cranks I soon put these on! Great weight, nice and stiff 29 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really good weight/quality/price Have been riding AM/enduro/DH with these cranks for about 6 months. Hard towards everything rideable be it uphill or gnarliest downhill. No bending under power. Can take lots of hits. Have not failed! Easy install and removal if you need to fix your frame underneath. 04 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by very nice, top value very nice looking crank, i use with a hope integrated bash ring/chain ring and it is spot on. the pedal arms look really nice and the whole crankset is surprisingly light too. an external bottom bracket is included too, I have found the Shimano ones to be cheap and very good value with long life spans even for riding around the peak district! 09 April 2013
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Compatible with Sunn shamann s1?

Since it has a sram FD and RD I need to know If It's compatible and if I might need to change the chain.
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This crankset is compatible as long as the tooth counts are relative to what the front derailleur can shift over.

There should be no need to change your chain.
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If your frame has 68mm or 73mm bottom bracket, then SLX crankset will fit.
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It is possible to run this crankset as a 1x10 with a bash guard, however longer chainring bolts are essential to mount the bash guard. A variantion in length will be an apparent issue; for more advice, please contact our Technical Department below:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...
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Yes this crankset is fully compatible with your bike.
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Depending on the year of manufacture: yes and no.
-Newer fuel ex models have threadless press-fit bottom bracket shell. (does not fit)
-Older models have threaded 68mm bottom bracket shell. (does fit)
You could try and remove the crankset currently installed, and see which one it is.
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SLX crankset will accept only 32t or larger single chainring configurations. Chain will not reach the 30t chainring on places where chainring is bolted. Same with newer SLX model.
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will this suit a new talon 27.5 1?

will i need a new front derailleur & shifter. the shifter has a 2x mode also
current setup is giant crank with fsa chainrings 24/32/42x10
what is the most compatible bash guard also
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This crankset will fit the frame fine. If your shifters have a double shift option then this will operate the front mech correctly with the double chainrings. You Will need to adjust the front mech as you may be changing the tooth ratio a little so this will need set up correctly. As for the bashguards you would be best to contact us at tech@chainreactioncycles.com with a budget as to what you would be looking for so we can advise you further.
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Add spacer to get 54mm chainline?

Is it possible to add a spacer to my 73mm BB to get 54mm chainline for my rohloff hub? If yes, what's the thickness of the spacer? The SLX double chainline is 48.8mm (between the two rings). The big ring should be located at 51.8mm chainline, correct? Adding one 1-2mm spacer may be good enough. Just my estimation. Please confirm.
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Initially it would not be advised to run a double crankset with a internal gear hub. Shifting between the chainrings would likely not be efficient as there is no derailleur on the rear of the bike to maintain chain retention.

A Rohloff hub will generally require an 8 or 9-speed chain; with a 10-speed chain being too narrow although has been known to function.

However to correct the chainline in this situation it would be best to apply CHAIN RING spacers to push the chainrings out from the crank spider (3mm should be adequate) opposed to modifying the spacing of the crank arms themselves.

We do not currently stock any of these spacers but they are readily available.
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Will this fit a rocky mountain element 10?

I have a 2012 rocky mountain element 10 with a sram press fit gxp bottom bracket. Will this crank fit with the current BB?
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This crankset requires a Shimano bottom bracket, the suggested Press Fit bearing set suggested below is compatible.
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Due to the variation in chain width; mixing 9 and 10-speed drivetrain components is not recommended. It will have a negative effect on shifting performance, chain and sprocket wear.

Additionally, running a double crankset would likely require a 'double specific' front derailleur and shifter.
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can you run this product with a bash gaurd

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Unfortunately there is no space on this crankset to run a bash guard between the spider and the chainring.

Running a BB/ISCG mounted bashguard along with the crankset could be an option.
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...if so will i need the 170mm or 175mm?
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Yes they will fit.
Generally, if you're tall you might prefer longer cranks. The more DH-oriented the bike the shorter the cranks usually go even if rider is tall. 170mm cranks are still fair bit long so you can get some power out with low cadence on technical bits of trail. So choosing between crank arm length is a question of your own preference. The difference is small here, some won't even notice it.
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