Stronglight (3 arm steel, cottered)
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Category:  Cranksets
Name:  Stronglight (3 arm steel, cottered)
Brand:  Stronglight
Years:  1950's - ?
Country:  France
Weight:  727 grams (Actual), crank arms only
Added By: Walkman-man on 07/30/16
Updated By: jenda on 11/19/22
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Stronglight (3 arm steel, cottered)Stronglight (3 arm steel, cottered)Stronglight (3 arm steel, cottered)
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Chainring CountDouble; SingleBCD 116mm
BB StyleCotteredPedal Threads9/16" x 20 (English)
BB Length Flutes Crank Arm
Lengths 170Arm/Spider MaterialSteel
Front MarkingsBack Markings
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General Information
This is a 50's crankset from Stronglight. One source indicates that this model was one of the manufacturer's lower end ones. And, from my experience, this is one of their lesser seen models, and possibly Stronglight's only one with the "made by Stronglight" branding. The ones I have seen have been set up for single chainring usage, and it seems that they were designed with this set-up in mind, going by the fact that the three holes for chainring bolt attachment are threaded ones with flanges for correct chainring positioning only on the one side of the spider. The chainring pictured isn't the original one, it's by Nervar.
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