Deore M590 9-Speed 22/32/44t Crankset with Bottom Bracket
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The Shimano Deore crankset is a 2-Piece crank with aluminum and steel chainrings. It includes a Shimano Hollowtech II bottom bracket that is compatible with 68 or 73mm English threaded bottom bracket shells.
This crank works great for anything from serious mountain biking to touring. The popular gearing configuration provides tons of flexibility to get you where you need to be.
9 Speed only
Hollowtech II bottom bracket
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Shimano Hollowtech II
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High Quality (3),
Easy Install (2)
5.0 GEARS 3 reviews
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asked by: a guest I have a 2014 cannondale rush will this work on this bike
anwered by: canteau Cannondale uses a BB30 bottom bracket shell on a lot of their frames. If the Rush has a BB30 bottom bracket you may need to get an adapter to work with the smaller Shimano HollowTech II bottom bracket.
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Purchased for a complete driveline replacement on my Trek 520. The stock 26/36/48t crankset was so tall that I only used the top ring for steep downhills. I spent so much time on the middle ring that the teeth were sharkfinned.
The 22/32/44t is perfect (for me) and the low end of the range coupled with a 11-34t cassette allows me to climb ridiculous grades, even when the bike is loaded with gear.
Offset spacers required a bit of experimentation to get the top ring lined up with the chain line without fiddling with front derailleur.
Summed up: Perfect if your touring bike's current gearing seems to high. Good for heavy loads and hilly rides.
Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.
Likes: High Quality, Easy Install
Works for: Touring, Mountain
February 16, 2018
reviewed by: A Guest
Options for 9spd drivetrains seem scarce. This seems like the best option out there without spending an unjustified amount. The included bottom bracket means there's no guess work about crank/bb comparability.
Purchased to replace the stock Shimano Trekking M543 26/36/48t crankset on a 2010 Trek 520. I always felt the gearing was a bit tall on the 520 and I rarely rode on the outer ring unless going downhill or had a stiff tailwind (never happens).
I mostly commute and take occasional long tours. Speed is not important to me. It's a touring bike, not a racing bike. The 22/32/44t rings on this crankset, combined with an 11-32t cassette, turned out to be perfect for pulling long hills or when riding with a large wind profile. Gearing is a very personal choice though so your mileage may vary.
The supplied plastic axle spacers were a bit different than my original crankset so a it took a bit of experimentation to get the optimum chain-line setup.