The Shadow Conspiracy Finest Cranks (Chrome)

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The Shadow Conspiracy Finest Cranks (Chrome)
Price: $193.99
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Shadow Finest Cranks Description:

The Shadow Finest Cranks are here to put all other cranks in their coffins. A TSC proprietary shape featuring flat sides and hollow 22mm spindle enhance strength and stiffness while remaining slim and out of the way of ankles. Reduced offset help keep the rider more centered producing more overall bike control. Left side and right side drive compatibility round this crankset off making it the perfect upgrade for any bike.


Features:

  • 4130 chromoly with oversize welds
  • Post weld heat treatment
  • 1-piece CNC spindle bosses
  • Hollow 22mm, 48-spline spindle

Specifications:

  • Spindle: 22mm (Hollow)
  • Spindle Bolts: 15 x 1mm (8mm Allen)
  • Spindle Splines: 48
  • Drive Side Compatibility: Left & Right
  • Sprocket Bolt: 10 x 1.5mm
  • Color: Chrome
  • Weight: 32.1 oz (170mm Length, Including Bolts & Spindle)
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This product was added to our catalog on December 16, 2021

Thiago Sousa
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jun 12 2022 (about a year ago)
The Shadow Conspiracy Finest Cranks (Chrome) (170mm)
I paired these in 170MM with the Shadow Sabotage 25T sprocket, Shadow Stacked 22mm BB and Odyssey JCPC pedals. This setup has blown me away and has gone above all my expectations. Not only does it feel indestructible, the setup looks outrageously good. People compliment the setup all the time. I'm not the best rider but I can tell that I will never have an issue with these cranks. I put them on, got them adjusted nicely, tightened them up and they have not moved or shifted whatsoever. I ride park / street for the most part and do jump concrete jumps a bunch. I'm glad I went for them despite the lack of reviews. I really didn't have any negatives, they were tight to get on the spindle so you will need a crank puller tool. I used the BSD Substance 22mm crank tool and it all went smoothly and I got the arms centered perfectly and in without hurting them.