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Old 2006-12-20, 03:36 PM   #4
Sponge
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Join Date: Mar 2006
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I used this crankset a while back, a couple of months ago. It was good, but ankle-biting was happening . But it's no real problem if you can get ankleguards.

They are the only crankset out of the many Joe Hodges has used, that has never given him any trouble: no dents, no bending, no thread stripping, no snapping. And if a crankset can stand up to him, then that's quite some feat.

Judging from that, it could be viewed as arguably the strongest tubular crankset.

But don't get it confused with Qu-Ax's 127mm cranks for THEIR OWN HUBS.

The KH-Quax 127mm crankset is incredibly tough.
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