Descendant 6K Eagle DUB Crankset - Boost by TruVativ
To make life a little easier for those of us who prefer maximum time on the trail, and minimum time deciphering bottom bracket standards, TruVativ introduces the Descendant 6K Eagle DUB Crankset with Boost spacing. This innovative crank combines SRAM's DUB technology that simplifies bottom bracket standards by creating a standard spindle diameter, and pairing it up with bottom brackets with shells to match any standard on the market, so you can rest easy knowing your crank upgrade can carry on to your next bike -- and the bike after that. Just as you'll find on other Descendant Eagle cranks, the DUB model features SRAM's X-SYNC 2 tooth profile known for commanding control and keeping your chain locked in place through rugged descents and rooty climbs alike. 6000-series forged aluminum construction maximizes caters to discerning trail riders and enduro racers seeking stiffness and strength without the higher cost of its carbon crank brethren. The chainline is three millimeters wider to accommodate the Boost spacing of modern trail and enduro machines. Choose between 170 and 175-millimeter crank arm lengths, depending on your riding preferences and intended usage on the trail. It's compatible with SRAM DUB bottom brackets for any shell standard, and works exclusively with 142mm non-Boost spacing. The 32-tooth direct-mount Eagle chainring must be paired with a SRAM Eagle chain and cassette, and its spindle must be paired with a DUB bottom bracket of your choice.
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