Broken Moker Crank

During a rough trail ride last weekend I shredded the Welgo pedals right off the seven inch Lasco cranks I had on my stock Coker. I’m asking you guys “what kind of replacements should I use?” Replacing cranks is preferable to replacing hubs, should I keep using the Lasco brand as a suicide part or go ahead and get something not made from Budweiser cans? Thanx, carjug

I’ve had real good luck with steel Bicycle Euro cranks.

http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=165

I’ve used the 150’s and 125’s.

Mojoe

Re: Broken Moker Crank

On Sat, 3 May 2003 10:43:14 -0500, Mojoe
<Mojoe.mv0y4@timelimit.unicyclist.com> wrote:

>I’ve had real good luck with steel Bicycle Euro cranks.
>I’ve used the 150’s and 125’s.

Ditto. I have the 170 Bicycle Euros on my MUni.
I have no experience with Lascos but from what I read here they have
about the worst reputation of all crank brands.

Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict

“No matter where you go, there you are.”

Same here…B.E.'s on mine. I do absolutely no hopping on my Coker and so far, the cranks are holding up great.

Bruce

I just got Odyssey Black Widow Euro Cotterless Crank Arms for my Coker ,hopefully they’ll be strong .good for life ?

Thanks guys, I’ts the Euros. I gotta admit I felt macho about being an “equipment shredder”, but The Mighty Wife wasted no words expressing her belief that the broken crank was caused by excessive ice cream consumption! carjug