THM crankset on a C60

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Heavyhitter
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by Heavyhitter

Hi,

Do you guys know wich spec a thm crankset including BB is needed to fit a colnago C60?

Thank you

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You can read about it here.
http://www.bicycling.com/bikes-and-gear ... olnago-c60

For the ease of things, i think it's a good idea to contact THM directly over email and ask them.
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wheelsONfire wrote:You can read about it here.
http://www.bicycling.com/bikes-and-gear ... olnago-c60

For the ease of things, i think it's a good idea to contact THM directly over email and ask them.




Thank you for your help greatly appreciated

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by mrgray

for what it is worth i had trouble. i had a m3 thm crank i think (srm) and my mechanic couldn't get the crank in-board enough. now the stated q-factor for both as i recall is 143.5 mm. mind you it might have been a dodgy mechanic. thm certainly seemed to think it should work.
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For the C60 you need the Thm bb86 bb, which Thm sometimes calls Shimano Press fit. That along with the standard Colnago threadfit cups and you're all set. We've done them on a few C60's with no problems.

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by Heavyhitter

Thank you guys . Seem pretty straight forward as per your instruction. Now I need to source one cheaper or used.

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by jimaizumi

yeah, its a nice crankset that will fit a colnago c60 with their PF Shimano cups... but if you're looking to source a used one, I'd stick with one of their newer cranks.. The original gen 1 clav's need a spacer to keep the inside of the spider from rubbing the housing cups.
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jimaizumi wrote:yeah, its a nice crankset that will fit a colnago c60 with their PF Shimano cups... but if you're looking to source a used one, I'd stick with one of their newer cranks.. The original gen 1 clav's need a spacer to keep the inside of the spider from rubbing the housing cups.



That's good to know as I don't like putting spacers or make any modifications in the bottom/crank area. It always lead and or just not work as smoothly.

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