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Shimano Ultegra FC-6700 Crankset - Triple

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Item # SHI0262

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In some cases three’s a crowd, but not with the Shimano Ultegra Triple Crankset. Technology passed down from the Dura Ace line makes the Ultegra Triple an asset whether at a road race or tackling that leg-burner up your local canyon. Shimano’s Hyperglide system means you will hit the gear you want when you want it...

  • 52/39/30 ratio means if it’s not there, you don’t need it
  • Anodized aluminum keeps weight low and stiffness high
  • 165,170,172.5, 175mm crank arm lengths - so it won’t matter if you are sprinter or a climber, you’ll have all the tools you need to put the hurt on the rest of the peloton

Tech Specs

Arm Material:
Arm Length:
165 mm, 170 mm, 172.5 mm, 175 mm
BB Threading:
Hollowtech II
Claimed Weight:
788 g
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Unanswered Question

Will these fit 68mm BB and what adapter...

Will these fit 68mm BB and what adapter would I need?

I have an Ultegra 39/53 on a Giant TCR...

I have an Ultegra 39/53 on a Giant TCR Advanced 1and would like to replace it with a triple. Is it possible to just replace the crankset or do I have to also replace the derailleur and or shifter?

replace the crank the front derailleur and possibly the rear derailleur if you have a short cage and that means the chain length too, I just switch from sram force compact to a dura ace triple and I love it, good luck but you can do it on the cheap if you search everywhere, mostly I bought from amazon n Ebay.. . Sorry you'll have to replace the shifter to a triple, the Ultegra numbers should end with a 3 except the rear derailleur will be a med cage if you are using a 28 max tooth or under. EML..

How do you tell if the Ultegra will work...

How do you tell if the Ultegra will work on your bike?
Specifically, can I install the ultegra in my Gary Fisher
Utopia? If yes, should the derailer also be changed?

If you have a sram crank now you'll need to replace the BB.

I have a IF bike - with a triple crankset...

I have a IF bike - with a triple crankset - I love this bike - it is vintage 1998- will the series 6700 ultegra components work on this bike ? Mine is worn to the bone after so many years and miles!

yes, especially if you have shimano on it right now it should work no problem (all of the newest components mount/install in pretty much the same way they have for years) although depending on if you plan on replacing the whole groupset at once or gradually upgrading, mixing with the older components may or may not work/work well depending on what you buy/keep.

Does Shimano make a larger big ring for...

Does Shimano make a larger big ring for the triple? Larger than 52 teeth?

I don't think Shimano specifically makes a higher chainring for the Ultegra triple but you can buy aftermarket upwards of 60 tooth+ still compatible with 130BCD. One company that makes them is TA (French company). Of course that won't blend in as nicely as the ultegra hollow big ring if you are concerned about aesthetics. But aftermarket rings may perform better than stock. Depending on how big you are talking, with the triple you may start to run into serious shifting issues (double shifts, skipping, etc.) getting chainring combinations that are too far apart, not to mention the rear derailleur may not support that much slack in the chain when on the small ring. Another option is to get an 11-tooth ring for your cassette if you don't already have one.

The product description here says it's...

The product description here says it's 52/32/30. Is that correct? I thought it was 52/39/30. Thanks.

I want larger big ring, more than 52, where do I find?