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Stronglight Impact 110/74 PCD Tandem Triple Chainset

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Details
Crank Arms
- Material: Hot forged 6061 alloy, 110/74 mm P.C.D.
- Colour: Anodized Silver
- Length: 170 mm

Chainrings
- Material: CNC machined 5083 alloy
- Finished: Anodized silver

Compatibility
- Chainrings: CSA 9/10 speed
- Bottom Bracket: 115 mm Conical Square

- Weight: 1350
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Bottom bracket sizing
By
19 Jun 2019
Thanks for last reply. Also our current BB is 68mm frame width 112mm between conical squares will this work with crank or should we get different BB. And can you get a BB to work with our frame size and this crank? Thank You!!
Generally you would need 115mm front and rear,

Thanks - 21/06/19
Want to put this on 26” cannondale tandem can we use with XT 10spd front derailer?
By
18 Jun 2019
Yes this should work nicely.

Thanks - 18/06/19
Chainline
By
15 Jan 2019
You recommend a 115mm bottom bracket for this crankset. But for what chainline? Will it take smaller bottom brackets?
The chain line is 45mm dedicated for road use.
Thanks
2019/01/17
can i use this with 122mm bottom bracket
By
20 Jul 2017
Hi,

Although it would fit to an 122mm bottom bracket the extra long spacing would push the chain-line right and and cause shifting issues.

Thanks.
What Is The Correct Chain Width?
By
13 Apr 2016
Hello, can I check if the front chain (pilot to stoker) needs to be 3/32 or 1/8? Also do you sell these chains, or would I need to join two 'normal' chains? Many thanks.
Hi,

The timing chain connecting the stoker's chainset to the pilot's chainset needs to be a 3/32" chain. These are not available in Tandem lengths unfortunately so you will need to join two normal chains together.

Thanks.