Bike Crankset 34T 104BCD
170mm Taper Square
Hole Crank

$99.99

Availability: In stock

SKU: 104BCD34T170 Category:

The 34T bike crankset is designed for single speed bikes. Made from aluminium alloy, it is lightweight, weighing just 710 grams. If your current crankset is steel, this upgrade can significantly reduce your bike’s weight. Additionally, you can replace the cranks with smaller sprockets to increase your bike’s top speed. This crankset is ideal for upgrading or replacing a multi-speed crank with a single speed option.

170mm bike crank

 

If your derailleur has trouble shifting gears, this 170mm bike crankset is a cost-effective alternative to replacing the entire system. Replace your multi-gear crankset with this single speed crankset, and remove the front derailleur and gear shifter stick. This change simplifies gear shifting and makes it more reliable, while also reducing the weight of your bicycle.

When replacing a multi-gear crankset, we recommend testing your current gears on the multi-gear setup first. This helps determine the ideal number of teeth for your single sprocket set. For more bike cranksets, check our other listings.

Specifications

  • Sprocket: 34 teeth
  • Crank length: 170 mm
  • Mounting type: Taper square hole
  • Material: Aluminium alloy
  • Sprocket mount: BCD104
  • Chain ring type: Narrow wide
  • Chain compatibility: Single and double
  • Net weight: 700 grams +/- 5%
  • Model number: 104BCD34T170
  • Colour: Black

34T Bike Crankset Key Benefits

  1. Reduces bike weight significantly
  2. Improves gear shifting reliability
  3. Increases bike’s top speed
  4. Simplifies maintenance by removing front derailleur
  5. Durable and lightweight aluminium alloy construction

Simple Guide on How to Change a Bicycle Crankset

  1. Remove the existing bicycle crankset from your bike using a crank puller tool.
  2. Clean the bottom bracket area to remove any dirt or debris.
  3. Insert the new bike crankset into the bottom bracket, ensuring it fits securely.
  4. Tighten the crank bolts to the manufacturer’s recommended torque specifications.
  5. Attach the chain to the new sprocket, ensuring it runs smoothly.
  6. Test ride your bike to ensure the crankset is installed correctly and functioning well.

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