XTR 970 cranks with 2x9 set up! PICS

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Dennis
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by Dennis

These washers are in alu and drilled but are 1,9mm. Would this be a problem? Otherwise it would be a good option.
http://www.tastynuts.com/Products/Aluminium_Washers_Drilled_Individual

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GZA
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Nice one Dennis! I'll order some and see - cheers

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schmiken
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Dennis wrote:These washers are in alu and drilled but are 1,9mm. Would this be a problem? Otherwise it would be a good option.
http://www.tastynuts.com/Products/Aluminium_Washers_Drilled_Individual


I use those on my 970 cranks with no problem at all.

tonytourist
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Anybody have a line on these in the USA? If not, they're going to run ~$30 shipped from the UK. I'd rather not pay that much for 4 thin pieces of aluminum :roll:

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Any help? :noidea:

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where in the US are u? I've got these washers, i'm coming to Florida from 02/10 untill 20/10.

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Swannie wrote:where in the US are u? I've got these washers, i'm coming to Florida from 02/10 untill 20/10.

Not in Florida, but I'll try to keep looking. Thanks.
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jup, those are the ones you need.

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nifrodne
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Here a pic of the XTR crank with hellore blades:

http://nifrodne.blogspot.com/2010/09/ex ... otype.html

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tonytourist, bikeman carries these spacers, but as a bag of 20 only.

http://www.bikeman.com/Chainring_Spacers.html

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