Fall 2023 KH unis are here (introducing Boundary Cranks)

So, remaining ISIS strong cranks will be soon only Nimbus VCX and Mad4One !

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You forgot me, I have my own made in Taiwan. I am even expanding my ISIS range because I had information that motivated me to do so. The range will be expanded with inexpensive 100mm, 114mm, 125mm cranks and the 140mm will then be there again. Will arrive in December.

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I got some parts from you but shipping to France is expensive

it is like it is. I can not change that. But sometimes you have friends who live in Switzerland who can bring it with them.

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In Australia, I got the last of current stock for the KH crank Spirit 110/127 Disc.
On the phone the rep said he could get other stock from other UDCs if needed.

Impact too

Will you also offer ISIS Disc cranks for external (right side) disc?:slight_smile:

No, that’s not planned. But I can look in my private rummage box to see if I still have KH cranks.

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My favourite cranks. I’m lucky enough to live in Switzerland. :smiley:

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Unfortunately there are only KH 137mm without discs. Also 2 pairs of Mad4ONE Dual 125/150 (I drove them before I had my own made). Otherwise, all I have in this box is junk that I can only give away. I once put a box of parts out at a unicycle race and labeled it “Free”. People jumped on it :wink:

Hi @danger_uni, any news about this mysterious project? :slight_smile:

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Adapter to fit KH Boundary Qaxle cranks on Schlumpf hub ISIS splines

Sure, but they don’t seem to be available anywhere and we haven’t had any news since Kris’ message.

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Haha - testing underway (and going well). There is an easter egg out there online but haven’t had a chance yet to report out. No updates yet on production.

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Now that’s a tease!…and for a diehard schlumpf hub fan and someone who thinks their internet searching skills are pretty good - I feel I’ve been set a challenge :gear: :rabbit: :egg:

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Received the boundary hub, I’ve seen that it has some marks on the non rotor side, I would like to know whether they are there on purpose or they are a manufacturin error as they doesn’t allow the bearing to fully reach the end.

No, I don’t think it should be like that… I’ve just looked at my hub (brand new), which I haven’t built up yet; the non-disc side bearing came pressed on, but it is fully seated against the flange.

If it was my hub I would see if those parts would pick out, if not, and it is due to how it was pressed together (I assume) I would probably just file those off, but I can understand if you want to get a replacement.

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Hi - thanks for flagging this. That looks like a slight manufacturing glitch, but not one that I expect would affect performance (besides installing the bearing). While technically such an issue would be under warranty, agreed that I would probably file it off if it were my personal hub .
-Kris

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I limed up those marks and assembled it with a carbon rim, it has performed good so far.

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