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TruVativ Stylo OCT All Mountain 9 Speed 2.2 Crankset - Double $0.00
Less is much, much more.
Sometimes you don't quite need the full range of three chainrings but one just isn't quite enough. For those instances we offer the Truvativ Stylo OCT 2.2RG crankset.
Truvativ first starts with its all-new Open Core Technology hollow-forged aluminum crankarms which are lighter than last year's solid arms (not to mention much better looking with its sleek shape, more modern graphics and smoother finish). Truvativ then adds a proven GXP bottom bracket with its novel floating bearing design for better longevity and smoother running.
Instead of the usual 22/32/44T setup, though, Truvativ fits the Stylo OCT 2.2RG with a versatile 24/36T two-ring arrangement that provides nearly the same low-range gearing for clawing your way up hills along with a sufficiently tall top gear for building speed as you come over the crest. A seriously burly - yet impressively lightweight - polycarbonate outer guard protects it all from rocks, logs and bear traps, too (but you're on your own with those bony ankles of yours). In spite of the non-standard gearing, Truvativ still wisely uses the standard 104/64mm four-arm bolt circle diameter for easier chainring replacements.
The Truvativ Stylo OCT 2.2RG crankset includes crankarms, rings, outer guard, bottom bracket and all associated hardware. The GXP bottom bracket works with 68mm or 73mm shells and is also compatible with E-Type front derailleur or BB-mounted chain guides for even more security. Available with 170mm or 175mm arms in Mirror Black.
- Open-Core aluminum crankarms add strength while reducing weight
- Giga X Pipe External Bottom Bracket Assembly eliminates bearing side-loading for greater reliability
- Integrated aluminum spider eliminates hardware, increases stiffness, and reduces weight
What community has to say
Can this be setup with 32 and 22 chain...
Can this be setup with 32 and 22 chain rings?
Is the spindle on 2.2 version longer than...
Is the spindle on 2.2 version longer than 3.3 version ? Because the spindle on the 3.3 version is not long enough to use a BB mount chain guide in a 73mm shell.
No, they're the same length spindle. What frame and what kind of guide are you trying to make work?
Is the chainline on this 2.2 crankset...
Is the chainline on this 2.2 crankset different from the 3.3 version, to reduce any cross-chain alignment? Or do they simply use different tooth rings, and a bash guard?
You got it on the second part. The Stylo OCT 2.2 and 3.3 crank arms are identical. They just bolt different rings to them. The chainlines for the smallest two gears on the 2.2 are going to be the same as the chainlines for the smallest 2 gears on the 3.3.
That being said, I'm running this Stylo OCT 2.2 in a 2x10 drivetrain and it works perfectly fine. It pedals great, shifts flawlessly through the gears, and it doesn't wear on the cassette or chain any faster than any other setup I've run.