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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:46 pm 
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Just a quick question:
Will a non-driveside 3DF fit with a driveside 3D+ crankset?

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I thought the 3DF was designed to be a 386 evo type do all version.
Suspect the shape of the crank arm will be different to keep the Q factor down

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:42 pm 
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The 3DF is a cheaper, heavier 3D+ for OE specs. The 3D+ is already a do (damn near) all crankset.


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I already have a 3D+ crankset with a powermeter. I will have a sparebike that I will fit the the 3DF, and was wondering if I could use the right crankarm(with the powermeter) and the left crankarm from the 3DF, so I'd only have to remove the right crankarms/spiders for it to fit.

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Got an answer - they do fit together.

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