New Crank 66 tooth and Hubs.

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  1. c.p.odom

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    here is a picture of a new crank, ring, and bolts that I designed and made for the North American Handmade Bicycle Show next month.

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    Re: New Crank 66 tooth

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    Re: New Crank 66 tooth

    Nice work. I like the Rando crank too.

    How about custom bottle openers for those of us who can't afford the cranks? They could be your new calling card.

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    Re: New Crank 66 tooth

    In the long haul I was thinking about making the big Sedis chain link bottle opener.
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    Re: New Crank 66 tooth

    Dang! That's the size of a Schwinn Exersizer chainring!
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    Beautiful work, as usual. Top notch parts.
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    Thanks guys.
    The cranks came out great. Both the track and the rando cranks will be on top bikes at NAHBS. Both of those bikes have matching hubs that have my premium stainless steel center bodies, way cool way expensive. The cranks shown here are the aluminum "setup" cranks just to prototype the fit and the machine program. If this gets to production the arms will be cro-mo steel and chrome plated. So far the crank project looks to be stupid expensive but worth doing.
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    Sir, you are an artist. Your creations always make my jaw hit my desk.

    Beautiful craftsmanship.

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    New track hubs with the stainless steel center bodies, larger flange holes, and the super sexy track nuts.
    You can also get a better look at the custom stainless chainring bolts.

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    AWESOME-NESS! You do beautiful work.Keep on keeping on.



    WAYNE TACO!
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    WANT!! :shock:
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    WOW! more beautiful parts!
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    Your hubs and cranks seem to share a look to the Schwinn Paramount hubs and cranks. Will the paramount chainrings fit on your crank?
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    Yes the rings will fit. They are the 116mm BCD standard of most three pin cranks. The bolt hole diameters on mine are larger than the old ones, mine will fit a modern chainring bolt.

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