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Sugino
XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset

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Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset

Some products are under rated and under appreciated. Not everyone is riding a 2x10 system that they spent half of last years pay on. A lot of riders are still riding their old bikes and for good reason. They work and they last. But every now and then you have to replace a part like crank. The Sugino XD600 is a great option for that older mountain bike that is in need of a little love. No longer do you have to let Shimano and Sram try to tell you that you need to swap out every drivetrain component just to replace a crank. 

Best of all, these crank use a traditional square taper bottom bracket which has been proven for years and is still a favorite amongst the touring folk who rely on their bikes day in and day out.

  • Silver arms with alloy ramped SuperShift alloy rings
  • Uses five 9mm inner bolts, one hidden behind crank arm
  • Includes pick-up pins and features special tooth profiles for shifting performance and less chainsuck
  • 3/32" chain compatible
questions about the

Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset

asked by: A Visitor
What is the correct alignment of the pins and holes on the 500t and the 600t.
answered by: canteau
The large pin should line up with the crank arm.
asked by: A Visitor
Can I replace an 8sp 50-39-30 road crank (straight-bar bike) with this for touring
answered by: canteau
It should fit on the bike, there maybe an issue with your front derailleur moving to the smaller chainring size and may require you to move to a mountain style front derailleur.
asked by: A Visitor
What length bb will I need to get the 50mm chainline I have now w/a 122.5mm bb?
answered by: canteau
Sugino recommends a 113mm bottom bracket for use with mountain frames.
asked by: A Visitor
I have read that the smallest ring can be taken off completely to run as double. Confirm?
answered by: canteau
You can, you will need to adjust the length of the bottom bracket for proper chainline.
asked by: A Visitor
Do you have this with the 46-36-24?
answered by: canteau
Currently we do not offer the Sugino XD600 Crank in that gear range
asked by: A Visitor
can I use this to replace a Sugino tandem crank?
answered by: canteau
Yes sort of, you would need a left timing arm
asked by: A Visitor
Does this come in black?
answered by: cjsears
The Sugino XD600 is only available in silver. Thanks
asked by: A Visitor
What is the difference between the XD600 vs the XD2?
answered by: canteau
The Sugino XD2 is set up as a double, the XD600 is a triple.
asked by: A Visitor
I have a 2013 trek, 9 chainrings rear sprocket; would it fit? What BB do I need?
answered by: cjsears
The 3/32" chain compatability is better suited to 6,7 and 8 speed chains, a 9 speed chain will shift poorly as compared to the 6,7,8. As far as bottom bracket this uses a square taper bottom bracket and the dimensions are dictated by your frame. Thanks
asked by: A Visitor
HI - is it possible this crank can work well as substitute for Campy Veloce triple crank?
answered by: canteau
If it is an older 9-speed Veloce crank is should work fine, the chainrings will not work well with 10 or 11-speed Campagnolo chains.
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work as a replacement for a Shimano RSX, 26/36/46 teeth on a 1996 Trek 1220?
answered by: canteau
The Sugino XD600 crankset should replace your older Shimano crankset without an issue. You may also need to replace the bottom bracket to match the spindle length required by the Sugino crank.

For road bikes the Sugino XD600 requires a 110mm JIS square tapered bottom bracket

For mountain and hybrid bikes the Sugino XD600 cranks require a 113mm JIS square taper bottom bracket.
asked by: A Visitor
Can I use a bottom bracket with an 118 mm spindle with this crankset?
answered by: cjsears
Yes, this Sugino XD600 is compatible with a 118mm spindle. Thanks
asked by: A Visitor
Is crank compatible w a Bridgestone MB5 spec:
Crankset: SuginoXS450
BB: Tioga BB-3
answered by: t.young
If the frame is English-threaded in its bottom bracket, this crank and its appropriate BB will work. Thanks so much!
asked by: A Visitor
Sugino Alpina 2 Triple Crankset 48/36/24
Will this work with a surly disc trucker?
answered by: t.young
It should work just fine, thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Would fit with the crank Shimano 10-speed derailleur?
answered by: t.young
While it might not optimal, a 10 speed triple derailleur should work. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Would this work with an old 1981 Trek?
answered by: t.young
We need a bit more information, give us a call at 734-484-9999. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Does this go with GT Peace Tour? Which BB?
answered by: t.young
If that has a threaded English BB shell, yes. A UN26 or UN55 would work. Thank you!
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work with the Surly Disc Trucker; nine speed w bar end shifters?
answered by: t.young
It will work just fine. Thanks!
asked by: jha...@br....ca
Does this come with axle bolts and dust caps?
answered by: anonymous
The dust caps are a part of the crank bolts. A one piece part like a large thick washer that keeps out dust and moisture. It doesn't look quite as nice as dust caps but looks pretty good and is a lot harder to lose!
asked by: A Visitor
Do you know if I can use Surly stainless steel chainrings on this crank? Even the 26t?
answered by: t.young
You'll need a 5-bolt 110 mm/74 mm BCD. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Will this crank work with Shimano Alivio derailleur and STX-RC RapidFire SL shifter?
answered by: t.young
If those components are 7 or 8 speed it will work just fine. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Replacing Impel 250 24-34-42, 113mm spindle. Will this have the same chain line?
answered by: t.young
Sugino recommend a 118.0 mm/113.0 mm spindle for mountain triple/road triple respectively. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Are the chain rings made from 6061 or 7075 Aluminum?
answered by: t.young
The aluminum Gugino uses is not specified. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Replacing a "Touring 26/36/46" crank on my 1986 Stumpjumper Sport - 165, 170 or 17
answered by: t.young
Crank length ties in with bike size, if you're happy with the length of crank you have now, then I'd stick with the same length. Often times the length is listed by the threads for the pedals. Thank you!
asked by: A Visitor
I have a Cannondale 8sp. with Shimano M171 & 48/38/28 now. Compatible? Do I need a new BB?
answered by: mlewis
This will work just fine on your 8 speed setup, you may need a new bottom bracket if yours is not a JIS Square taper.
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work on a 1994 or 1995 Cannondale H300? It has a Shimano Alivio cassette.
answered by: t.young
If the bike has a square taper bottom bracket in it (which I think it does) then it'll work.
asked by: Ben_Reyes
Can I substitute the 46/36/26 for 48/38/22 chainrings?
answered by: anonymous
It may not shift to granny as well
answered by: mlewis
Sorry, this crank comes from Sugino in only one chainring configuration.
asked by: A Visitor
Do you guys have these cranks with only the 'S' and 'crown logo' sans '
answered by: mlewis
Looks like these all come with Sugino written on the crankarm.
asked by: A Visitor
What Bottom Bracket and Front Derailleur will work with a Surly Cross check?
answered by: mlewis
You'll need a 68x113mm square taper bottom bracket, like a Shimano UN55. Any triple front derailleur should work just fine, keep in mind if you're using road STI shifters you'll need a road derailleur, and vice versa.
asked by: A Visitor
Do you sell a 48/36/26 crank? Can I replace 46 with a 48? Will this work with a Surly CC?
answered by: mlewis
This crank does not come with a 48t chainring, but you could certainly replace it if you like. This would work great on a Cross Check.
asked by: A Visitor
Can you recommend a front derailleur for a surly LHT,using this crankset?
answered by: mlewis
The LHT uses a 28.6mm clamp size, so any bottom pull triple, like the Tiagra 4603 (search product ID 333222377084) would work fine.
asked by: yojamey
BCD of inner (granny) chainring?
answered by: mwirth
The BCD of the inner chainring is 74mm. Thanks!
asked by: cbratina
Will it work with a nine speed chain with shimano brifters?
answered by: canteau
The crank is designed for a 3/32" chain which is 8-speed. You may be able to get a 9-speed chain to work, but the is going to be more noise and it could shorten the life of both the chain and chainrings.
asked by: A Visitor
Is this crank compatible with Shimano/SRAM 10 speed chains?
answered by: smulder
Nope, I'm sorry the width of the 10 speed chain links is to slim to work with this 7/8 speed compatible crank.
asked by: A Visitor
Does anyone have a spec for the chainline measurement? Thanks!
answered by: anonymous
110mm spindle: 45 mm chainline
113mm spindle: 47.5mm chainline

Not sure about 107mm, but i would guess 43.5?
asked by: mtrela
Will this work with Shimano UN54 68/73mm x 118mm bottom bracket?
answered by: anonymous
I just installed the 46-36-26 on my road bike with three different Shimano UN55 bottom brackets: 68x115, 68x110, 68x107 and they all worked just fine, with a slight adjustment of the FD. I finally chose the 68x107 because the drive chain was more parallel to the bike frame.
answered by: cmcmann
The listed bottom bracket lengths for this are 113 and 118. So, technically yes. Sheldon Brown says: "Shimano sometimes specs two different lengths for the same crankset. This usually relates to the diameter of the seat tube. The shorter dimension is normally preferred, but bikes with fat seat tubes may require the longer size to accommodate the swing of the front derailer."
asked by: A Visitor
Will the crank index properly with my shimano st-2303 8 speed shifters?
answered by: awilson
Yeah, this crank should work fine in your triple system.
asked by: A Visitor
Is the crank road bike compatible? I have touring bike with a italian bottom bracket? BB?
answered by: awilson
You could use this on a touring bike as long as the bottom bracket spindle is 118 mm or 113 mm long.
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work on a 1998 Cannondale H300 hybrid bike with a Shimano LP-27 BB?
answered by: cmcmann
It depends on your bottom bracket spindle width. This crankset takes either a 118mm or a 113mm.
asked by: A Visitor
Any issues using on a 2003 Specialized Sequoia "sport"has triple crank and 8 sp
answered by: cmcmann
I don't see why it wouldn't work. The only issue you might have is the bottom bracket might be too wide or too narrow.
asked by: A Visitor
i would like to replace the original crankset on a trek 3900. will i need a new BB. thx
answered by: awilson
That's hard to say since I don't know the year of your bike or what crank is on your bike currently. With a little more information I might be able to help you out.
asked by: A Visitor
Will the Sugino XD600 work with a 9S chain?
answered by: bhardy
Yes it will. I have used it with a 9-Speed myself and it functions admirably when paired with a front friction shifter.
asked by: A Visitor
I would like to use these with a surly lht, what bottom bracket do you recommend.
answered by: canteau
Sugino recommends a JIS Taper (Shimano taper) in 118mm length for use with road shifters. The Shimano UN-54 is a great choice.
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Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
This was a solid upgrade that works well on my frame after changing to a 110 crank from the 113 that came with the bike. The longer spindle wouldn't work with that crank. I changed to a 24 granny as i love to carry cooking and sleeping gear on long rides up the coast. The right gearing can make all the difference! The 46 is high enough and the 36 makes it less nessesary to bang down into the granny for most hills when not fully loaded. (The bike I mean). I am having a little.trouble going from the big to the middle chainring, but i expect to work that out or learn to live with over shifting a tad to get the shift completed.

Summed up: For the versatility of being able to customize your gearing and a great price on a sturdy good looking crank this is it.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Durable

Works For: Touring

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
I installed this crank, 170mm, on a Surly LHT (26 in) with a 113mm bottom bracket, the 110mm would prob work as well. I think a 48 tooth large ring would be better for down hill speed than the 46 tooth this model has.

Summed up: This is a great crank.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
Wanted to replace the cheap original rivited steel crank that has already started warping and begin creating a good touring bike. I needed to order a new bottom bracket and tool to make this work on my bike but the bottom bracket was probably of poor quality anyway. I changed to a 24t granny and i have been totaly happy. A good price too.

Summed up: I got a solid good looking swap that works great.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Good Looks

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
Installed this crank on a 700C Surly Long Haul Trucker which I intend to use for touring and general road riding. It looks good, is pretty light, and looks like it will hold up to some abuse. I wish it had a 48 tooth large ring. I will probably be buying an aftermarket 48t big ring.

Summed up: Great crank, buy a 48t big ring if you tend to ride faster than most.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
It's a beauty for the price, and is usually available in many different lengths. It fits right onto a Shimano double spindle, so you shouldn't have to open your BB if you are going from a double to a triple. The only strange detail is the chainring selection across different crank arm lengths. The larger chainring option on the longer crank arms makes too wide of a range for most front derailleurs. The smaller one that comes with the shorter cranks doesn't make as much top end speed, but it's much more practical.

Summed up: A good deal, very versatile.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Good Looks, Price

Works For: Touring, Road, Mountain

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
these came stock on my surly lht in 2007. I've ridden appx. 6500 miles and the cranks are still going strong with the original BB. Just had to replace the middle and outer rings from wear, and I'm looking forward to riding for several more years.

Summed up: Great deal for a great crank - get 'em.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
I installed this crank on a Pake C'Mute. 170mm crank arm.107mm B.B. Great range of gears for hills and flats. Shifts great, nice finish on crank arms.

Summed up: Excellent value for the price. You can't go wrong with Sugino.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
good economical solid crank. needs 110mm bottom bracket for normal road touring bike. you could get away with a 107mm though.

Summed up: beats the heck out of paying high prices for a shimano integrated crank and bottom bracket.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
Put these on my 1998 Cannondale H300 "hybrid," which was due for some replacement parts and upgrades. These cranks are very reasonably priced, they have a traditional, classy looking design and silver finish, and the 26-36-46 gearing is low enough for steep ups, and plenty big for downs. Just about every other replacement crank I saw on the market looks too mod for my taste, costs too much, has black rings or arms, or has gearing that's a little too low (usually 22-32-42 or thereabouts) or a little too high, for my purposes. These are the Goldilocks, just right cranks.

Summed up: Right range of gears, great price, nice finish; perfect for mountain bike or hybrid conversion/upgrade

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset:
I am using this crank on a Velo Orange Randonneur bike, with a 110 BB and 9-speed chain cassette. Works great.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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specs for the

Sugino XD600 26/36/46 Triple Crankset

Spindle Length (mm):  
113
Spindle Interface Type:  
Square Taper - JIS
Chain Compatibility:  
3/32"
Chainring BCD:  
110mm, 74mm
Bottom Bracket Included:  
No
Bottom Bracket Shell Width:  
68mm, 73mm
Intended Use:  
Mountain
Chainring Setup:  
Mountain Triple
 

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