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Cranks/bashring advice

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Hi guys,

Im thinking about getting shimano saint m800 cranks and inspired v2 bashring on it. Maybe someone has used similar setup because i want to make sure it will fit (I have 2015 Inspired fourplay frame). Also would be great to hear some reviews of Inspired v2 bashring. Is it strong? Has someone broke it? 

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I have those cranks and Inspired bash. V1 bash I think and 83mm DH cranks. Lot's of clearance and bash seems strong enough!

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11 hours ago, Felix_HBtrials said:

I have those cranks and Inspired bash. V1 bash I think and 83mm DH cranks. Lot's of clearance and bash seems strong enough!

Thanks!

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Bash can take a bash.

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On ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 3:54 AM, Felix_HBtrials said:

I have those cranks and Inspired bash. V1 bash I think and 83mm DH cranks. Lot's of clearance and bash seems strong enough!

Do you walk like John Wayne?

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No!

But being 6'3'' ( 1m91 ) I don't feel my feet are that wide apart!

Also, got those for real cheap, that's why I bought them, THEN I realized they were the DH wide axle version.

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How's the chain line? I prefer to run my rear sprocket between the middle and inside of the freehub. Closer to the spokes the better!

How do you space the crank axle out?

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Chainline seems fine! 
Cog is pretty much in the middle

I had some 1'' carbon spacers lying around, threw like 3 of them on each side of the cranks, the cups are straight on the frame.
It's not perfect, but hey! I paid 50$ CAD for the cranks and they're like new!

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