Truvativ Stylo 3.3 Team

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 Pros: Light, stiff, looks good, super easy to install. Holds up well.

Cons: Make sure you get the crank arm bolt torqued to a full 30 ft-lbs or it will loosen and stretch the splines in the left crank. Loctite may not be a bad idea for the crank bolt. Other than that, no problems.
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 Almost as light as really expensive ones, but for at least half the cost. Really stiff and strong. Can't buy anything close to this performance for the price, I only paid $115 USD for mine. Bottom bracket comes with the crank is great, external BB is the way to go. BEST CRANK FOR THE MONEY.(by a long shot)
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 So the Stylos i have are from 03/04 But im still recommending them. Ive had two sets of these cranks since 03 and I use them on my DH/FR bike and ive never had any problems with them. If theyve held up this long to me thrashing on them I doind see them failing anytime soon.
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 I would recommend this to anyone. The price is on key for someone looking for something sylish,tough and affordable. I use it on my AM bike. The bottom bracket is also included when you purchase the crank. The arm is in a deep black that can be shined up and the chain rings are in a dark silver. Pedaling with this crank on is very smooth for either going up or downhill. I highly recommend.
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 Extremely stiff crank, super smooth through rotation, not to mention very light. Had it on my bike and let my brother ride it, he ordered one for his bike that night. Amazing crankset for the money, $135 at masherz.com!
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Truvativ Stylo 3.3 Team (MSRP $225) — Truvativ Stylo 3.3 Team Cranks.

Specifications Compare to other Cranksets

Release Date 2009
Price $225
Color Options Mirror Polished
Configurations 3 Ring.
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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