Merritt Battle Cranks (Raw) (170mm)

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Merritt Battle Cranks (Raw) (170mm)
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The Merritt Battle cranks are made from 4130 heat-treated chromoly with wrap welded spindle and pedal bosses on each arm, combined with a 22mm hollow chromoly spindle for maximum strength. The rectangular shaped arms increase rigidity and include laser-etched Merritt logos on the back for a clean look. To prevent ankle bite, the Battle cranks feature angle cut spindle bosses with hard rubber plugs that provide a smooth, ankle friendly design.

Note: Includes arms, spindle, bolts and installation/removal tool only.

Spindle: 22mm Hollow Chromoly
Spindle Bolts: 15x1mm Flush Mount (x2)
Spindle Splines: 48
Sprocket Bolt: 10x1.5mm (x1)
Weight: 33.8 oz (w/o BB)

Dans Comp offers several choices of BMX Bottom Brackets to complete your crankset. Don't forget to add some Grease to the splines of your spindle. This will greatly aid in installation and removal of your crank arms.

This product was added to our catalog on August 11, 2021

Billy Williams
Verified Owner
Saturday, Sep 11 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Merritt Battle Cranks (Raw) (170mm)
These cranks are so awesome. Very easy to install. Look and ride great. Thank you so much Dans comp!
Codi Adams
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jan 5 2023 (about a year ago)
Merritt Battle Cranks (Raw) (170mm)
Awesome looking crank very solid. Make sure to grese it or you will have trouble getting the arms off and on.
Ryan Johnson
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Nov 23 2022 (about a year ago)
Merritt Battle Cranks (Raw) (170mm)
I’ve had these for a few months and the crank arms tend to become loose on the spindle. I can only tighten them so much without smashing my bottom bracket bearings and I don’t want to put locktite on brand new cranks. A little surprising considering these are some of the most expensive cranks.