Three piece crank set

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  1. Greybeard

    Greybeard New Member

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    In the last few day days I ran across a very nice three piece, wide, crankset while I was using my iPad and did not write it down. It was a machined part.
    Can't find it now. Anyone know of something like what I might have been looking at?
     
  2. d_gizzle

    d_gizzle New Member

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    Phantombikes makes a custom three piece crank axle that allows you to use one piece bolts,bearings, and cups but you use three piece crank arms.
     
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    d_gizzle New Member

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    Does your device have a history log? If so,and it should,you should be able to go back and find it.
     
  4. culvercityclassic

    culvercityclassic Well-Known Member

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    Look on my build post: wcc so cal frame and see if that's the one..if so its from Sportsman flyer. Hope this helps.
     
  5. Greybeard

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    I was on my iPad which has a history, but if I link to something it doesn't save that in history.
     
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    I'm sorry,you are 100% correct sir. I use my blackberry exclusively to get online,I thought that was a blackberry issue.
     
  7. Greybeard

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    These things do a lot for their size, but don't replace a computer yet.
     
  8. Greybeard

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    Thanks guys for the replies. I think it was the Phanton bike's part. I hadnt looked at the price till just now. I didn't see Pat's part on his website. Guess since I have a bunch of his stuff I should check with him before buying something. I need to finish up a GXH50, EZM, Panther for my gf before I start putting the Whizzer BTR I got from chainmaker together or I might find myself practicing abstinence.
     
  9. d_gizzle

    d_gizzle New Member

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    Its definitely not cheap. But nothing is on phantom's site.
     
  10. Greybeard

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    You can buy quality
    You can get it in a timely manner
    You can get them cheep

    Only two of the above can happen. Quality costs.
     
  11. KCvale

    KCvale Well-Known Member

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    http://SickBikeParts.com sells wide 3 piece cranks for their shift kits, but why do you need wider cranks? did you mount a 4-stroke or something?
     
  12. Greybeard

    Greybeard New Member

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    Yeh, or something.
    Honda GXH50, EZM, on straightbar Panther, with Sportsman tank and sprocket adapters, worksman wheels with quick bricks, Phantom pipe, AGK carb and filter. Cant forget Norm. Sounds like a who's who of motor biking. And it ain't over
     

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