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Shimano Ultegra 6700 Road Chainset - Grey for £99.95 @ Merlin Cycles

£99.95 @ Merlin Cycles
Just bought one to replace my compact. Great price @ £99.95 inc free delivery 165mm 39/53 OSS 170mm 39/53 OSS - rodman Make that OOS rather than referencing the CIA predecessor LOL - professo…
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
Just bought one to replace my compact. Great price @ £99.95 inc free delivery

165mm 39/53 OSS
170mm 39/53 OSS
- rodman

Make that OOS rather than referencing the CIA predecessor LOL
- professorx
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#1
out of stock
#2
treddlie
out of stock


sorry bit quick off the mark

you have to dig down but some are available
#3
Great price but you'll need monster thighs for these chainrings....
#4
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.
2 Likes #5
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.

There is always one !
#6
Great deal, hot!
#7
I would of swapped you mine for a compact!
3 Likes #8
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.
benefit is you can shut your mouth with one of these.
#9
Couple of the compact 6750 are the same price for those without race legs http://www.merlincycles.com/shimano-ultegra-6750-compact-chainset-grey-56077.html
5 Likes #10
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.


Not everyone is poor
#11
#12
what a twonk
#13
After pimping up my mountain bike i flatly REFUSE to start on my roadie.no......no........NO!

oh ok.
#14
Just noticed you can get the bottom bracket for peanuts too. May as well while you are changing over
3 Likes #15
rodman
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.
benefit is you can shut your mouth with one of these.


Well that escalated quickly.
#16
Some folks getting quite touchy today - can only assume they haven't been able to get out on their bike for a couple of days - I usually get ratty If I've gone too long (like 48 hours) without getting out. 50 miles this morning, and 3,200' of climbing. But if you don't understand why an Ultegra 6700 chainset is hot at £99, then what I've written won't make much sense either.

Heat from me!
banned#17
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.

Without pedals tho, and the chainset needs to be upgraded and carbon clinchers and carbon fork and... and... Oh, I should have just bought a proper bike, an MTB.
1 Like #18
bornagainst
Great price but you'll need monster thighs for these chainrings....

on my first road bike I had a 54/42... if the going got tough you just had to deal with it

I think 53/39 is pretty much spot on for a road bike.. particularly if you have a 28 on the cassette
1 Like #19
Nothing wrong with a 53/39 - I used to have a compact and thought I'd need a bigger cassette when I changed to 53/39 and 10-25. Got used to it after a few rides, hilly 4-7% grades where I live, and now barely use the 25 instead needing the 53x10 more often instead of running out of high speed gearing.

If you're in the big hills then a compact might be more suitable but it's a great price for those who it suits.

Remember: it doesn't get easier, you just get faster!

Have some heat.
#20
dealmeup
Nothing wrong with a 53/39 - I used to have a compact and thought I'd need a bigger cassette when I changed to 53/39 and 10-25. Got used to it after a few rides, hilly 4-7% grades where I live, and now barely use the 25 instead needing the 53x10 more often instead of running out of high speed gearing.

If you're in the big hills then a compact might be more suitable but it's a great price for those who it suits.

Remember: it doesn't get easier, you just get faster!

Have some heat.
Didn't realise you could get a 10-25T cassette, where do you get them from? Though 11T was the smallest?
#21
Not buying as I have a 105 chainset but its a good deal. I was wondering though how do you workout what crank lenght would be suitable for your leg lenght?
#22
JOHNSU
paulj48
Not buying as I have a 105 chainset but its a good deal. I was wondering though how do you workout what crank lenght would be suitable for your leg lenght?

6'0" + (1828mm) 177.5mm
5'11" (1803mm) 175mm
5'10" (1778mm) 172.5mm
5'9"(1753mm) 170mm
5'7" (1702mm) 165
5'5" (1651mm) 160mm

i wouldnt go with that! I'm 6 foot 2 and have 172.5

in all honesty though you wont notice much difference if you stick to the middle lengths
#23
chomer
After pimping up my mountain bike i flatly REFUSE to start on my roadie.no......no........NO!

oh ok.
and after that, you could always go cyclo cross too... (_;)
1 Like #24
my bike came with a 53/39, I bought a compact (6700) used it once and then put the standard back on - I'd got used to the ratios and kept feeling in the wrong ratio. Will keep it for alps trips.
Heat this is a terrific price for an ultegra chainset.
#25
Is this compatible with 11spd mech and chain?

Im building a bike at the minute but wouldn't mind going 11 speed

Ta
1 Like #26
Get the bottom bracket in with the bundle deal for £112 then add the tour10 code I just got for an extra tenner off.

New BB for £2.
#27
I'm pretty sure this is 11 speed compatible. Good luck with the build 8)
#28
Can this be fitted to a Trek Domane 4.3 with existing BB, or would I need to upgrade the BB at the same time? This is just the main crank and pedal arms is that right?
banned#29
JOHNSU
twonkydonkey
what benefit would you get from this? You can buy a new bike at this price.

There is always one !


No there seems to be more than one that would buy a small component for what you can buy a bicycle for.

Sheesh.
#30
johnnewbury
Can this be fitted to a Trek Domane 4.3 with existing BB, or would I need to upgrade the BB at the same time? This is just the main crank and pedal arms is that right?

Yes should be a straight swap - It would make a nice upgrade on that bike !!
#31
What is this ?
#32
Anyone know if I can run this with 105 shifters and front rear mech? I want to upgrade my bike to ultegra but can't afford to do it in one go.
#33
impulsepurchaser
Anyone know if I can run this with 105 shifters and front rear mech? I want to upgrade my bike to ultegra but can't afford to do it in one go.

Yes, no problem.
#34
Mines arrived next day - covered 150miles on it so far, Serious hurt from the compact - however i can feel my legs getting stronger and cruising is much easier and faster
#35
ClashInDevon
impulsepurchaser
Anyone know if I can run this with 105 shifters and front rear mech? I want to upgrade my bike to ultegra but can't afford to do it in one go.

Yes, no problem.


Thanks

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