Stages SI nds crankarm + SISL2 ds crankarm combo. Any issues?

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dak
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by dak

Hey guys,

I am thinking about buying a used drive side SISL2 crank arm for my 2016 Evo HM. I have a SI Stages arm for the non drive side and was wandering if this combo would have any issues.

The main reason for the purchase would be to shed another 30 or so grams and to be able to have a complete SI crankset to sell as a set with the extra Spidering I have lying around after talking off the NDS SI crank to add the Stages.

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Dimitri

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Running the same combo. No worries.
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Oh and if buying the sisl2 second hand checl meticulousky for cracks around the crank bolt and pedal threads (use a torch/light). They are notorious for cracking. I had to get mine warrantied.
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by evan326

I am running an si NDS and sisl2 DS, only because my pedal threads stripped on my nds crank. No issues with the different arms though.
I am personally very bothered that they don't match however.

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Evan just swap dak DS cranks, problem solved.
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I have a complete 170mm si crankset, the sisl2 is what broke. :cry:

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by logy

Running this combo for 2.5 years without issues.


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NiFTY wrote:Evan just swap dak DS cranks, problem solved.


Thanks for the assurance and great idea!! unfortunately mine are 172.5 :doh:
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evan326 wrote: I am personally very bothered that they don't match however.

That gave me a good laugh as I am concerned about the same thing... :frightened: :D
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logy wrote:Running this combo for 2.5 years without issues.


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Thanks logy
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any thoughts on what a good price would be for a good condition used ds sisl2 Arm?
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by evan326

I got really lucky and got a set for $260, don't think that would ever happen again. The individual arms seem to go for 180-300. There is one on ebay now, its going for full price though.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cannondale-Holl ... SwfIxZZTwF
Stages21 sells them new if you can't find a deal.

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