FSA comet alloy mega exo xx1 chainset / crankset for MtB mountain biking single 32t Chainring only £44.99 @ CRC chain reaction - HotUKDeals
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FSA comet alloy mega exo xx1 chainset / crankset for MtB mountain biking single 32t Chainring only £44.99 @ CRC chain reaction

£44.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
questions and answers section confirm it comes with a bottom bracket, a great price for anyone co sidering running a single ring upfront and going 1x9/1x10/1x11 etc FSA Comet Alloy M/Exo 386 XX1 C… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
questions and answers section confirm it comes with a bottom bracket, a great price for anyone co sidering running a single ring upfront and going 1x9/1x10/1x11 etc

FSA Comet Alloy M/Exo 386 XX1 Crankset

For maximum gear range on a contemporary two-piece crankset, choose the Comet Triple. Construction is the same as the rest of the Comet range, with solid forged 6061 aluminium arms and a high-strength alloy spindle for a MegaExo bottom bracket. Channelled arms reduce weight without compromising stiffness.

Features:
Speed: 10
Bottom Bracket: Mega Exo
XX1 Compatible (SRAM X0 & XX1)

BoltCircle104mm
ColourBlack
Teeth32t
Length175mm or 170mm

This crankset is supplied with a 68/73mm threaded bottom bracket shell.
We have weighed the crankset including BB and chainring at 870g.
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Good price but it looks like although it's 104bcd that it runs a triple bolt setup rather than 4 bolt , are there plenty of options regarding narrow wide chainring for this setup ?
1 Like #2
esq3585
Good price but it looks like although it's 104bcd that it runs a triple bolt setup rather than 4 bolt , are there plenty of options regarding narrow wide chainring for this setup ?
Ah well spotted, didn't spot it myself, I can't find any on a simple google search , 32t ain't a bad size chainring on a xc bike to cover the hills , but I definitely need a 30t on my enduro style bike
1 Like #3
Did a quick check there too, good for the price but once that 32 wears out your limited so handy and cheap upfront costs but longevity could be an issue, also the long teeth on the included chainring should keep the chain from derailling hopefully. Heat for the deal but in the long run it could cost you more, replacing rings, finding a bashguard for it etc.
banned#4
Really cold deal as mentioned above
#5
BrianSewell
Really cold deal as mentioned above
Yep agreed, clearly voters are not reading comments
1 Like #6
Nice I think this crankset is on the boardman team 29er
#7
whatyadoinsucka
BrianSewell
Really cold deal as mentioned above
Yep agreed, clearly voters are not reading comments
Or they simply don't agree with your comments.
It is very cheap after all. A similar Shimano chainset is twice as expensive. And replacement chainrings aren't cheap either. Better of buying two of this.
#8
so the 32t fsa narrow/wide chainring costs 30-40£, but.. any narrow/wide chainring is at least £20 right? so this isn't soo bad.. although i hate special standards so...

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