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SRAM Force 1 Carbon BB30 42T Crankset
SRAM Force 1 Carbon BB30 42T Crankset

Force 1 Carbon BB30 42T Crankset

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Single up.

Single-chainring simplicity is coming to your road bike with SRAM's Force 1 Carbon BB30 Crankset. The unidirectional carbon arms are as light and stiff as racers have come to expect from the Force lineup, and the removable alloy spider means you could opt out of the included 110 BCD spider and move up to 130 BCD if you're looking to run a 52 or 54 tooth single chainring for monster efforts. For mere mortals, the included 42T X-SYNC™ narrow-wide chainring will provide you with all the gears you need when paired with a wide range 11-speed cassette.

The Force 1 Carbon BB30 crankset weighs approximately 598 g (172.5 mm length w/ 42T chainring). 110 mm BCD. BB30 bottom bracket not included.

42T - 170mm

Mfg PartNum: 00.6118.355.000 

42T - 172.5mm

Mfg PartNum: 00.6118.355.001 

42T - 175mm

Mfg PartNum: 00.6118.355.002 

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Buttery, light and drop free (so far)
by Dmcdirt
portland, or
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

So far everything I had hoped. No chain drops with the narrow wide (the RD clutch helps, sure), light and smooth. Love it!

Reviewed 2/27/2017
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