Truvativ Stylo 2.2 AM

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6 Reviews for Stylo 2.2 AM

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 light weight, strong and stiff. not going to find a better combination of cost/lightness for a trail/am bike. obviously there are lighter and more bling cranks, but why? your just gonna rub the paint off, and smash em on rocks.
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 Junk!!
I had these on my Nomad, and did a 4 foot drop. I noticed that the left arm seemed twisted, hardly noticeable so I kept on riding. 2 weeks later I did some small hills and the left arm fell off. Luckily I didn't "NUT" myself, as it fell off when pedalling. The thread broke in the spline.
In my honest opinion, this is a trail crank. Bearings were also toast after one season and the sprocket lasted 1/2 a season with chain suck. If you are going to be an aggressive rider, my recommendation would be to go with the Holzfeller or a RaceFace AM or something.
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 Best AM set-up out there. I have been running a single ring with a chain guide on my Spesh Enduro and changed to the Stylo 2.2 with a Blackspire Chainguide and have yet to drop a chain with the added benefit of a granny gear for those end of ride, extended climbs.

Great Set-up...highly recommended.
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 I have these cranks with a single 32t chainring w/out bashguard and they weigh 886g with everything. There is a pic in my profile if you don't believe me. I have run them on my DJ bike for a couple months now and have had no problems. smooth light and stiff. I know some people have issues with the bottom bracket and seals. I haven't had any major problems, just a few creaks here and there but nothing a bit of greasing can't fix. I would recommend getting a new bottom bracket. But wait until this one fails, but then again, it might not.
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 i use the 07 stylos on my commuter and the work well. i hi tted some 3m drops and no worries. good stuff.
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 Hard to beat for the price, spend your build money on the frame, fork and wheels instead. Strong and light.
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Truvativ Stylo 2.2 AM (MSRP $0) — Truvativ Stylo 2.2 AM Cranks.

Specifications Compare to other Cranksets

Release Date 2009
Price
Color Options Mirror Polished
Configurations 2 Ring/Guard.
Mounting Standard Team GXP BB
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 Forged AL-7050-T6 Alloy Arms

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