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#26 2018-09-17 4:38pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

eric12 wrote:

Now we just need Suntour to bring back the XCII. Best pedal ever, IMO.

wellgo lu-393 is basically the same pedal but brand new wink


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#27 2018-09-17 4:46pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

quick2 wrote:

They look really nice. The double pinch don't bother me, but I do wonder why redline hasn't just gone back to single pinch.  The main thing I like about the Mirage better is the old school button style hardware.  for the right price I would gladly buy a set, I just don't know if $145ish shipped is the right price.

It's the evolution of the crank. The dual pinch is a much stronger setup. These are just knock-offs.

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#28 2018-09-17 5:42pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

ChrisHunt wrote:

I wonder how they hold up - how strong they are

Depends on how you ride. They are your basic Taiwan or Chinese 8 spline crank. Heavy, not up to pro standards. Fine for casual or smooth riding but not for serious thrashing.


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#29 2018-09-17 6:14pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

ChrisHunt wrote:

oldschoolace wrote:

You guys looking on Alan's site?
Says £25 delivery to the states if under £100 and they are priced £99.99

Please post the link to the site that sells these - thank you

Price says 99.99 until you get to the specific product page.  Then it's 109.99.    hmm


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#30 2018-09-17 7:50pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

pwh4130 wrote:

ChrisHunt wrote:

I wonder how they hold up - how strong they are

Depends on how you ride. They are your basic Taiwan or Chinese 8 spline crank. Heavy, not up to pro standards. Fine for casual or smooth riding but not for serious thrashing.

not that I am a serious thrasher but that state ment you posted killed them for me.


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#31 2018-09-17 7:58pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

detroitjohnny wrote:

ChrisHunt wrote:

oldschoolace wrote:

You guys looking on Alan's site?
Says £25 delivery to the states if under £100 and they are priced £99.99

Please post the link to the site that sells these - thank you

Price says 99.99 until you get to the specific product page.  Then it's 109.99.    hmm

It's 99 for the 175, then 109 for the 180

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#32 2018-09-17 7:59pm

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Re: Mirage BMX "Redline 401" Style Cranks

pwh4130 wrote:

ChrisHunt wrote:

I wonder how they hold up - how strong they are

Depends on how you ride. They are your basic Taiwan or Chinese 8 spline crank. Heavy, not up to pro standards. Fine for casual or smooth riding but not for serious thrashing.

In the pic it looks like they are 6-spline.  Is their weight posted somewhere?

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