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    cannondale hollogram crank question

    HI,

    on my evo I have cannondale srm on sisl crank (2015) and The crank arms are 170, I would need 175 and I could have a brand new sisl2 arms but not sure if I can fit 2017 sisl2 arms on my 2015 crank? I think the spindle is different now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shotojs78 View Post
    HI,

    on my evo I have cannondale srm on sisl crank (2015) and The crank arms are 170, I would need 175 and I could have a brand new sisl2 arms but not sure if I can fit 2017 sisl2 arms on my 2015 crank? I think the spindle is different now ?
    Can't help you with your technical question but I should ask why you think you "need" 175mm cranks. There have been numerous studies on this and the conclusion is that there is no formula based on any body dimension that can predict what crank length is best for you. It's all about personal preference and adaptation. Shorter cranks favor higher cadence, and beyond that, nothing else is proven.

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    They are the same as far as the spline goes. The offset is slightly different, I think it's about 3mm.

    I'm running an SISL arm on my SISL2 because the one cracked.
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    Only the spindle length has changed over the years. You should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan326 View Post
    Only the spindle length has changed over the years. You should be fine.
    Ok the spline + the arm's shape, curve.
    Anyway with srm, the spinder is longer?

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    What??
    I'm saying that the crank arms should attach just fine. They changed from a 104mm to 109mm spindle in 2013 I think. The crank arms are still interchangeable though.

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