Velo Orange New Rando Crank
The Velo Orange New Rando Crank is a crank made with a classic design, yet with modern amenities and performance. The cold forged 7075 aluminum arms hold sturdy 7075 alloy chainrings with shifting pins. The set includes self-extracting aluminum dustcaps, and includes bottom bracket spindle bolts. The finish is high-polish but it is not anodized. The Q-factor, or tread of this crank is a very narrow 147mm, so factor than into your square-taper bottom bracket choice. And realize this might be your solution to knee problems, or cause them! No exotic tools or bottom brackets are necessary for this crankset, it's standard square taper or NJS style.
Velo Orange New Rando Crank Specifications:
- Chainring BCD: 50.4
- Chainrings included: Yes
- Pedal Spindle: 9/16"
- Rings: 46/30
- Spindle interface type: Square Taper JIS
- Weight: 540 grams
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