FSA Gravity Gap Crankset

FSA Gravity Gap Crankset


6 Reviews for Gap Crankset

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 I thrashed a set of Truvativ's Hussefelts before sporting this crankset. They certainly feel stiffer than the Truvativ ones. The CrMo pedal insert are bigger and secured to the cranks in a better way. The plastic bashguard is solid and won't get marked too easily.

I don't care about weight, but for some people it could be a caveat.
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 It's a little on the heavy side, but it's strong! After 8 months mine is begining to make some strange noises but it's been fanastic with these cranks until now when they are begining to pack it.

I will probably move onto the Gravity Light crankset next - purely for weight, but for strenght - these anyday.
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 picked these up randomly last spring and haven't looked back. strong as heck and nice and still for 200 bucks. bearing are smooth. as my first external BB crankset it blew me away how different they felt spinning, they just spun with no interference at all. decent weight to. the paint sucks on them though, easy to rub off, and as with all new cranks, keep a set of hex wrenches on you to tighten them up as form time to time they do come loose. walking home sucks. however even with loose cranks they held up well and didnt wear. this happened 5-6 times and no damage at all the the spline interface or bearings. great cranks, ill be picking up another set of FSA's after these, however i might go for a the lights this time
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 Great crankset, it comes with a super beefy BB that is made especially for these cranks. Also comes with two chainrings and a clear bashgaurd. super strong and very well made Gravity will put its name to the test with these cranks.
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 I have ended up with 2 of these cranksets. I will like to see how well they hold up to a clydesdale rider.
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 heavy but strong, durable BB
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FSA Gravity Gap Crankset (MSRP $209.99) — Gravity's slightly less hardcore crankset, the Gap crankset, is made for mediocer abuse.

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Release Date 2009
Price $210
Weight 1233.77 g
Color Options Black anodized
Configurations Chainrings: 22/32/Bash, 22/32/44T
Mounting Standard Compatible with 68/73mm or 83mm BB shells
Mounting Standard - A cranks mounting style is determined by its design. Most cranks are designed to work in conjunction with the corresponding bottom bracket, however, usually you can find an aftermarket bottom bracket that fits your cranks.
Material AL7050 forged crankarms. CrMo pedal inserts. CrMo chainring bolts.
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