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    137mm Moments or maybe Isis 145mm qu-ax cranks. Make an offer. I like my 125s for street but they aren't nice for trials. I do still have my old qu-ax wheelset but I'm thinking it would be easier to switch cranks than whole wheel and tire.
    Last edited by surfer1024; 2008-04-30, 01:09 AM.
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    Do 125s really get in the way for trials? I don't see why it would even make a difference...

    Edit: sorry if i caused a threadjack...
    Last edited by peleschramm; 2008-04-30, 04:07 AM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by peleschramm
      Do 125s really get in the way for trials? I don't see why it would even make a difference...

      Edit: sorry if i caused a threadjack...
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      • #4
        Originally posted by surfer1024
        I do still have my old qu-ax wheelset but I'm thinking it would be easier to switch cranks than whole wheel and tire.
        Isn't changing cranks much harder than changing the wheel? To change cranks you gotta have a crank puller and all that.

        I say keep your other wheel for trials and then you can have one wheel for trials and one for street.
        Last edited by SkierAlex; 2008-04-30, 07:42 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SkierAlex
          Isn't changing cranks much harder than changing the wheel? To change cranks you gotta have a crank puller and all that.
          I think its about the same. Changing the cranks, even with a puller, takes a few mins just to unscrew everything and screw back in, and taking the wheel off is just unscrewing the 4 bolts and putting them back on.

          Both are very simple processes.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by peleschramm
            Do 125s really get in the way for trials? I don't see why it would even make a difference...

            Edit: sorry if i caused a threadjack...
            People say you have more stability with longer cranks because you have a bigger stance which is probably true... but really, you have to try it to notice the difference.
            Last edited by jamessd; 2008-04-30, 01:16 PM.
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            • #7
              I jumped on a thin rock and the uni went straight out from under me and I fell on my finger and jammed it.

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