Stolen Talon V2 Cranks (Matte ED Black) (165mm)

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Stolen Talon V2 Cranks (Matte ED Black) (165mm)
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Stolen Talon V2 Cranks Description:

The Stolen Talon V2 cranks feature a newly revised crank arm shape made from seamless 4130 tubular chromoly that not only looks good, but helps shed unnecessary weight. Each crank arm features a wrap welded pedal boss and 1-pc spindle/sprocket boss for proper sprocket alignment. The 19mm 48 spline spindle is heat-treated for strength and includes two flush mount spindle bolts.

Note: Includes arms, spindle and bolts only.


  • Seamless 4130 tubular chromoly
  • Wrap welded pedal boss
  • 1-pc spindle/sprocket boss
  • Heat-treated spindle
  • Flush mount bolts


  • Spindle: 19mm Chromoly
  • Spindle Bolts: 3/8" x 24 tpi (x2)
  • Spindle Splines: 48
  • Drive Side Compatibility: Left & Right Compatible
  • Sprocket Bolt: 10 x 1.5mm
  • Color: Black
  • Weight: 35.3 oz (w/o BB)
New cranks deserve a new bottom bracket, click here for a BB Kit that fits these cranks. 

This product was added to our catalog on November 18, 2019

jeff petre
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 3 2022 (about a year ago)
Stolen Talon V2 Cranks (Matte ED Black) (175mm)
Decent but not on par with more expensive cranks. The crank arms fit loose on the spindle causing the arms to loosen up over time even with locktite. Bottom line spend a little more money and get something better.
Michael Castiglione
Verified Owner
Monday, Jun 20 2022 (about 2 years ago)
Stolen Talon V2 Cranks (Matte ED Black) (175mm)
Great product, awesome upgrade, smooth like hot butter.
Michael Motzer
Verified Owner
Wednesday, May 12 2021 (about 3 years ago)
Stolen Talon V2 Cranks (Matte ED Black) (170mm)
Best crankset on the market for the money! You have to have a crank puller to do it right.