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Sugino
XD600 152mm 24/36/50

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Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50

Sugino XD600 Triple Cranksets are 7/8-speed compatible.
  • Uses five 9mm inner bolts, one hidden behind crank arm 
  • Silver arms with alloy ramped SuperShift alloy rings 
  • Includes pick-up pins and features special tooth profiles for shifting performance and less chainsuck
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Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50

asked by: A Visitor
Is this crankset compatible with my KMX recumbent trike? I currently have a 42/32/22
answered by: kristenkey
The chain rings could possibly interfere with the frame, but without having it here we wouldn't be able to say for sure- If you're local feel free to bring it in and we would be more than happy to take a look.

Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
How wide is the q-factor on a 113 mm square taper? Chainline? Other chainring options?
answered by: t.young
Chainline should be around 45. Other options are available, call us for more info.
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work with a 10 speed chain?
answered by: k.williams
This chainring is designed to work with 7, 8, and 9 speed chains.
asked by: A Visitor
What would be the recommended bottom bracket length for this crankset?
answered by: t.young
118.0mm mountain, 113.0mm road is recommended.
asked by: A Visitor
Why is this crank set not compatible with 9 speed?
answered by: t.young
7, 8, and 9 speed all use a 3/32 chain, so it would work. Our description has been updated.
asked by: A Visitor
Will this work w/ 2011 Specialized Sirus Elite?
answered by: mwirth
Should work just fine of the Sirus. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
What derailleurs will shift these reliably?
answered by: rmartell
A Shimano 105 5703 front derailleur would be your best option. This derailleur is made for a triple chainring setup, and is compatible with a 50 tooth big ring.

Please make sure to check the interface of your front derailleur. They work one of two ways...

Braze-on: Derailleur bolts directly to a plate on the seat-tube.

Band(clamp style): Derailleur bolts around the seat-tube. This style comes in three different sizes depending on the diameter of your seat-tube; 28.6, 31.8, and 34.9

Thank you for choosing Treefort Bikes.
asked by: A Visitor
Is 152mm the crank arm length?
answered by: bhardy
Yes it is.
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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
These are fine cranks. The ring spacing is a little wider than the longer XD cranks.. so the 7/8 speed label is accurate in that way. But you can use any chain with these of course.

The QC was very good, little lateral wobble at all, unlike the longer XD's I have multiple pairs of.

I recently have switched from using 185mm and 175mm cranks to these and a mid foot position over the pedal. Love it.
At first I thought ... oh man ... where's my leverage? But I stuck with it... and realized I didn't lose a thing...I was actually becoming more efficient. My legs were less fatigued after hard rides. I can spin fast and still climb with all the leverage but a higher cadence. Cool.

Summed up: Great for any any all riders !

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
I replaced a TruVativ Touro 170 mm crankset with this one on my recumbent trike. I am average height and have many thousands of miles on my DF with a 170 mm crankset without complaint. When I switched to this crankset on my trike, it immediately made a world of difference. That may be partly due to two instnces of severe trauma, and a lot of reconstructive surgery on my right leg. I now find it a lot easier to pedal, and my cadence and speed have increased significantly. I understand that studies have shown that most people use cranks that are too long, and there is evidence that shorter cranks--at least for recumbents--work better.

Summed up: More people should try short cranks.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
Love the short cranks on my recumbent. The 50/34/24 help make short work of tough climbs. Would highly recommend to anyone.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
Cut to the chase...This crankset replaced the Shimano 105 road crankset that my Rans Stratus came with. A smarter move I have never made! This is MUCH more the appropriate gear range for a touring bike like the Stratus.
My spin is quicker and cleaner, my knees are a LOT happier, and hopefully no more patellar tendonitis from trying to mash with too tall gearing, and too long crank arms. ALL touring bikes and recumbents should come with this crankset! MOST people will do better with 150mm arms or so. Try it, you will be pleasantly surprised.

Summed up: More appropriately geared for touring and recumbents.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
It would be difficult to beat this XD600 crankset for the price. I need short crank arms, and the 152 mm of this set is a noticeable step down compared to the usual infinitesimal steps of 170, 172.5, etc. I replaced the 50-tooth big ring with a 46, which added to my cost, but 50 is just too much gearing for the kind of touring I do.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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Review of the Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50:
Great size for kids. Be aware when trying to match older cogs and thicker chains. with newer chainrings. You will need spacers.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

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specs for the

Sugino XD600 152mm 24/36/50

Spindle Length (mm):  
113, 118
Spindle Interface Type:  
Square Taper - JIS
Chain Compatibility:  
3/32"
Chainring BCD:  
110mm, 74mm
Bottom Bracket Included:  
No
Bottom Bracket Shell Width:  
68mm, 73mm
Frame Interface:  
English Threaded
Intended Use:  
Road, Mountain
Chainring Setup:  
Road Triple, Mountain Triple
 

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