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Shimano Saint M810 Double & Bash Chainset
Shimano Saint M810 Double & Bash Chainset

This item was discontinued 15th June 2015.

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Code: 1838

Gravity riding has progressed with bikes being lighter and trails getting faster. Saint has evolved with this providing a stiff, strong and durable HollowTech II crank set reinforced in all the ways that most extreme chainsets are not
These industry leading HollowTech II cold forged hollow crank arms have evolved to increase rigidity, reduce weight, and improve strength
Saint HollowTech II integrated bottom bracket design uses a wide bearing placement and a large axle diameter for increased stiffness and efficiency combined with longer bearing cup threads for added durability
Reinforced Pedal and crank arm interface with T-nut style steel threaded bushing
Crank arm profile gives excellent ankle clearance, while increasing rock clearance by removing unneeded material from the end of the crank arm
Double version comes with a honeycomb style bash guard which has been developed to absorb impacts (also supplied with SMCR81.. single chainrings)
Available as a separate crankset (without chainring) or as a double chainset, for either 68/73 mm or 83 mm frame sizes
Singe chainring 38T option
Weight including bottom bracket: 1010 g for 175 mm, 38T

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The gold standard. Was pleased to see that these came in nearly a half pound lighter than my '05 Saint cranks. They're noticeably stiffer as well, and Shimano claims something like a 250% strength gain as well. If it were a 2% strength gain at a half pound lighter I'd be pleased, but Shimano is always above and beyond. Full marks on these, highly recommended-