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Aldhu you a favor.
Marking their lightest crankset to date, the Aldhu is Rotor's fully-modular premium crankset. Offering complete control over each individual component, the Aldhu requires separate purchase of the spindle and spider, yet offers the complete suite of Rotor's power-enhancing technology.
In keeping with their 3D+ crankset, these crank arms are constructed out of aeronautic grade 7055 aluminum alloy and fully CNC-machined, the Aldhu provides outstanding stiffness-to-weight ratings and an impressively low weight.Incorporating Rotor's OCP Mount technology, fine tune the placement of Rotor's Q-Rings, or easily place standard round rings.
- Modular crankset allows for complete control over each component, with the lightest cranks Rotor's made yet.
- CNC-machined 7055 aluminum alloy construction.
- Optimal Chainring Position with one-degree adjustments.
- Direct-Mount with Aldhu 3D+ spindle and spider.
- Q-Factor: 147 mm.
- Chainline: 43.5 mm.
- Manufacturer warranty: 2 year limited.
Open Box - This product has one or more Open-Box units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). Open-Box units are brand-new and contain all standard parts and accessories. The full manufacturer warranty applies.
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