Race Face Cinch Spindles

Race Face Cinch Spindles
Race Face Cinch Spindles
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Cinch Spindles by Race Face
These Cinch Spindles come with everything you need to adapt your Race Face crankset to fit bikes with different rear hub spacing and chainline than your current setup. They're compatible with Race Face crank arms that use the 30mm Cinch spindle interface, and work with virtually any modern bottom bracket standard if you get the correct Cinch bottom bracket. Moving the cranks from your old trail rig to a new fat bike build' Or, get a new frame with different hub standards' Grab this kit and you can keep using your favorite Race Face crankset on the new bike.

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