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Echo 7075 Cnc Crank


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I love mine, they've done me proud for ages now

And if I remember correctly, they're discounted on tarty nowadays because they're pretty old

tarty still stock and sell them i think. i baught some zoo cranks about a week ago and the echos were still on there.

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thanks lads big help as im new to these. think im gonna get some crome ones to go on my black gu think they will look tidy.

But why spend the extra money when the better crank is cheaper?

Honestly just because the trialtechs are cheap does not mean they are bad, look at what some of the better riders on here are using, I wish OBM would get in here and back me up.

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But why spend the extra money when the better crank is cheaper?

Honestly just because the trialtechs are cheap does not mean they are bad, look at what some of the better riders on here are using, I wish OBM would get in here and back me up.

neil tunnicliffe is running echo 7075 cranks, and ive watched him put them through some ebuse!

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But why spend the extra money when the better crank is cheaper?

Honestly just because the trialtechs are cheap does not mean they are bad, look at what some of the better riders on here are using, I wish OBM would get in here and back me up.

Oh hi there ;)

The Trialtechs are definitely good cranks, and I don't just mean in a "good for the money" way. Everyone here runs them (I have them on my 24, Stan has them on his Orange Sky and his 24, Ali has a set on his Inspired and his comp bike, Gav has a set on his new mod, Ads runs them on his 24 too) because they're a nice, simple crank that just works well with minimum fuss. They're not the lightest out there but again they're not particularly the heaviest. They come in a good range of sizes and they're not mega expensive - all good.

Having said that, it's not like the Echos are bad cranks, so if you particularly want some colourful cranks then I guess the Echos would be good to go for, but otherwise Trialtechs would be a sound choice.

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Oh hi there ;)

The Trialtechs are definitely good cranks, and I don't just mean in a "good for the money" way. Everyone here runs them (I have them on my 24, Stan has them on his Orange Sky and his 24, Ali has a set on his Inspired and his comp bike, Gav has a set on his new mod, Ads runs them on his 24 too) because they're a nice, simple crank that just works well with minimum fuss. They're not the lightest out there but again they're not particularly the heaviest. They come in a good range of sizes and they're not mega expensive - all good.

Having said that, it's not like the Echos are bad cranks, so if you particularly want some colourful cranks then I guess the Echos would be good to go for, but otherwise Trialtechs would be a sound choice.

havin heard that i think the trail tecs cud be the ones as there va far few u mentiond there. i think the echos look sweet but i just wont to put my money on the right parts not to fused on wight as i ride bmx so used to thowin that round all day n looks is just a bonus. thanks for the advice i thing uv swung it for me.

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