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TruVativDescendant Carbon Eagle DUB Crankset - Boost - Bike Build


Item # TRU001Q

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  • Black, 170mm/32t ($265.00)
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Item # TRU001Q

Tech Specs
Recommended Usemountain biking

Actual Weight

Black, 170mm/32t
Black, 175mm/32t

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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175mm, 32t

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What do you think about this product?



Do these cranks come w/ crank boots?

>Rating: 2

Threads stripped, crank ruined.

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
6` 3"
220 lbs

I got this crankset on a Yeti SB5 build from backcountry about10 months ago. Due to an injury the bike has seen only light use about 150 miles total. I'm a fast rider, but not abusive. Not hucking 5 foot drops or anything. Just got back from a ride where, 6 miles in my pedal started to feel floppy. I thought maybe the sole was coming off my shoe. When I stopped, my pedal literally pulled right out of the threads. I've never seen this happen before, it seems that the threads on the crank are softer than the threads on my pedals. Bad bad bad. Had a long walk to get back to the car. We'll see if BC will provide a replacement, but I was definitely disappointed with the failure mode. Most of my other bikes have had Shimano XT or XTR, and I've never seen this type of failure with those.

Sam, Just had the issue on my Nomad I got not even a month ago. Haven’t put her through the ringer yet at all, but nicked a rock with my pedal causing it to become cross threaded. Now I can’t even get the pedal off... did you have any luck with BC? I’m contacting them now.

>Rating: 5

super solid

I've put it through the wringer

just built these on a third bike, which should give you an idea on how much I like them. As good as X01 or about anything out there. has put up with abuse, light, stiff, at a really great price. highly recommended.

>Rating: 5

DUB Carbon on a Budget

I've used it several times

Great carbon crank on a budget. I decided to save a few bucks and rather than going with the X01 crank I got these instead. They have held up great and I can't say I really notice the difference from my previous bike with X01. My only gripe is they do not come with crank arm boots so I would pick up a pair of those while you are at it. (Item # SRM00EA)

>Rating: 5

Worth the money

I've had this crank on a couple different bikes now and have been quite impressed with it. For the money, it's pretty light, holds up to a lot of abuse, and looks good on the bike. The DUB platform helps save a bit more weight off, while still seeming plenty stiff for your average rider. I usually put the small crank boots on the arms to keep marks from pedal strikes at a minimum.