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#10 out of 66 Cranksets
Brand: Race Face



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  • johngataride   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Yes

    Pros
    Super stiff and light crank. No issues what so ever, Takes all the abuse i can dish out. When i change bikes i keep my hubs and crank.

    Cons
    None

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  • slipfinger
    *****

    If you are looking for a crank that is as strong as any crank on the market but lighter than most, have a look at the Sixc cranks from Race Face. Yes they do cost a fair amount more than your average crank, msrp of $549 for only the crank arms, but you will not be disappointed with the performance, weight and of course the all-important bling factor that comes along with having Sixc cranks installed. I run Sixc cranks on both my all-mountain (Rune) and my downhill bike (Demo). I have yet to have a single issue with these cranks. I have only heard of one issue where the cranks failed and that was because the installer forgot to use the tab shims that are included and need to be used when running a single chain ring. If you are the lucky one that can cause these to fail from normal use then rest assured Race Face will replace them under their awesome warranty. They are super stiff and at 200lbs geared up I have not felt any flex at all. The install of these cranks is super easy, an 8mm allen wrench will do the treat in removing and installing these bad boys. If you are in the market for the lightest, strongest cranks for your all-mountain or downhill bike and can look over the price Race Face Sixc is the crank for you, hands down.

    Pros
    Strong
    Light
    Carbon
    Fully manufactured in Canada

    Cons
    Price
    BB not included, but I can see why with all the different BB configurations on the market today.

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