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Shimano XTR FC-M9120 Crankarms
For the rider in search of the best mountain bike components on the market, look no further than the Shimano XTR series. Inspired by aggressive trail and enduro riders, ready for any challenge and the roughest terrain, the tough construction of the M9120 crankarms can withstand the occasional bash. These crank arms boast a wide Q-factor at 168mm, allowing you to descend at high speeds knowing you have increased stability.
- Shimano's flagship crankset for enduro and trail riding
- HollowTech II cold-forged crank arms are lightweight, stiff, strong
- 168mm Q-factor adds stability on the trail and chainstay clearance
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Metal for the win
Had those really light SRAM X01 cranks but then they started creaking. I basically gave up on carbon cranks. These XTR are solid and about 60g heavier than my X01 with a light chainring. Only bad thing is, you can still rub the XTR logo off with your shoes. I'd cover it in clear tape first before your first ride If you like your cranks looking new
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