Descendant TLD Carbon Eagle DUB Crank - Boost by TruVativ
Back, and fresher than ever, TruVativ's Descendant TLD Carbon Eagle DUB Crank is ready to roll, and dripping with the bold style of Troy Lee Design graphics. But don't let the flashy looks fool you into thinking that this is anything but the serious enduro-ready crank you've come to know from TruVativ. The cranks still feature the same feather-light, ultra-stiff carbon fiber layup that you've come to know, but pair up with a SRAM DUB bottom bracket thanks to the lofty 28. 99mm spindle that offers a exceptional torsional strength when you're putting the hammer down up punchy climbs, and booking it down the trail at high speeds. The crank was redesigned this year for superior fitment and sealing against contamination, better integrating the relationships between chainring, crank, spindle, and bottom bracket, all the while keeping itself backwards compatible with older frames -- all you'll need is to ad a SRAM DUB bottom bracket to your frame, and you'll be ready to hit the trial rolling. Carbon fiber arms transfer the power from your legs into the aluminum dirt-mount chainrings quickly thanks to their stiff nature, creating a lightweight crankset that's ready to go at warp speeds right out of the box. The X-SYNC chainring is designed to get the most out of chain control, with each individual tooth CNC-machined to support the chain's inner - and outer-links. This machining process provides a variable thickness from tooth to tooth, so the chain is essentially locked into the chainring, aiming to prevent it from jumping off over tough terrain. The system uses a direct-mount chainring which allows for easy swaps to different size rings, should you bring the same rig to a big-mountain enduro fest as a multi-day bikepacking adventure.
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