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SunRace
M9 9-speed Crank Square 44/32/22 175mm
48,73 €
RRP* 68,14 €
You save 28%
incl. 16% VAT, plus 3,95 € shipping costs
colour: black
size: 9-fach
Item no.: 20043369
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  • Description

    SunRace M9 9-speed Crank Square 44/32/22 175mm

    Performance and variety for every taste, which promises the 9-speed cquare crank.

    Product features

    • Use: MTB/Trekking
    • Model: M914
    • Series: 3 x 9-speed
    • Chainring Sizes: 44-32-22 T
    • Crank Arm Length: 175mm
    • BB Shell Width: 68/73mm
    • Crank Arms: Square Taper
    • Compatibillity: HG 9-speed
    • Chain Line: 50mm
    • Bolt Circle Diameter: 104 / 64mm

    Material

    • Large Chainring: Aluminum Anodized
    • Middle Chainring: Steel
    • Small Chainring: Steel

    Color

    • black
    Weight
    • 815g

    Scope of delivery

    • 1 Sunrace M9 9-speed Crank Square 44/32/22 175mm (without Bottom Bracket and Square Taper Crank Arm Fixing Bolts)
    Bottom Bracket Square 122mm and Square Taper Crank Arm Fixing Bolts not included!
     
     
  • Reviews
    Comment:
    Installed the 44/32/22 to replace a SRAM 2/32/22. Slight rub on the chainstay tube from both the bigger 44 as well as the 32! (might have over-tightened the crank bolt). Nothing that some filing couldn't resolve though. With the bigger 44, also the front derailleur needed to be moved upward slightly which caused another challenge to minimize the tire rub against the front delailleur cage (really getting time for a new bike - but good to practice as a DIY mechanic). Shifting on the stand works really well. Remains a test drive to see how everything works out in real live! Only down side seems to be the lack of replacement part for the set??? but perhaps i did not look hard enough!
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