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Old 01-18-20, 06:37 PM
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Wanted Sugino Mighty Tour Crankset

Mighty Tour crankset wanted, double or triple. FOUND
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Old 01-18-20, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by obrentharris View Post
Mighty Tour crankset wanted, double or triple.
Thanks,
Brent
Thought you got one already, I will go digging again, standby.
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Old 01-18-20, 07:06 PM
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Thanks Van. I appreciate it. Unfortunately the Might Tour I had lined up refused to come off of its spindle.
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Old 01-18-20, 07:59 PM
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I have a 165mm drive side arm but no matching nds, unfortunately. Would love to find one!
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The 110 bcd sugino mighty tour doubles are hard to find, the sugino mighty competitions (144 bcd) not so much.
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Old 01-19-20, 11:39 AM
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I believe I have one I bought off here from another BF'er, pretty sure it's a double, 170mm, but I'll need some time to dig through my crank bin to confirm.
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Sent an email to my buddy, Joe, to see what he has. Did the Colorwheel swap with us.
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Dug through the bins. Found some cool cranks I forgot I had!!

That said, lots of Mighty Competition cranks. A couple of unmarked cranks I assume are older Competition. At least one marked "Mighty" on the outside of the arm, and the one I bought from a BF'er is "Mighty" on the inside, which I swore was told was Mighty Tour. But can't remember

Most (if not all) are 171.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris View Post
Thanks Van. I appreciate it. Unfortunately the Might Tour I had lined up refused to come off of its spindle.
Brent
Anytime, this one ended up being an RT double, let me know if you want it, yours for shipping.
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Old 01-19-20, 07:53 PM
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I believe I have one. 171 arms. Can send pictures if you are still looking and interested.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Anytime, this one ended up being an RT double, let me know if you want it, yours for shipping.
You're very generous Van! Unfortunately the bolt center on the RT is larger than I want.
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Old 01-19-20, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by curbtender View Post
Sent an email to my buddy, Joe, to see what he has. Did the Colorwheel swap with us.
Originally Posted by francophile View Post
Dug through the bins. Found some cool cranks I forgot I had!!

That said, lots of Mighty Competition cranks. A couple of unmarked cranks I assume are older Competition. At least one marked "Mighty" on the outside of the arm, and the one I bought from a BF'er is "Mighty" on the inside, which I swore was told was Mighty Tour. But can't remember

Most (if not all) are 171.
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I believe I have one. 171 arms. Can send pictures if you are still looking and interested.
Thank you all for the offers!
Right now I'm waiting to hear back from a member who sent me a PM this morning. I'll keep you all posted if this falls through.
Francophile, the Mighty Tour is similar to the Mighty Competition but with a smaller (110mm) bolt circle.
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Old 01-19-20, 08:57 PM
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Which bike will it land on?
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Which bike will it land on?
My Eroica bike for this year. One that will allow me to pedal all the way to the top of the hill that I failed for the first time last year! Though I am still a spry young chicken of 67 I am beginning to see the wisdom in the words of Bette Davis: "Old age is no place for sissies."
A build thread is coming once I find a crankset.
Thanks for asking!
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The 86 bcd SR apex crank is a good compact crank for a vintage bike as well. I used one on my 70s Fuji finest
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Originally Posted by obrentharris View Post
My Eroica bike for this year. One that will allow me to pedal all the way to the top of the hill that I failed for the first time last year! Though I am still a spry young chicken of 67 I am beginning to see the wisdom in the words of Bette Davis: "Old age is no place for sissies."
A build thread is coming once I find a crankset.
Thanks for asking!
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This 170mm Stronglight with a 86 bcd bolt circle and 47 & 36 chainrings might be the ticket;


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Old 01-20-20, 10:06 AM
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@francophile @curbtender the crankset I was hoping for fell through. I would appreciate anything you come up with.
L134 I sent you a pmail.
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
The 86 bcd SR apex crank is a good compact crank for a vintage bike as well. I used one on my 70s Fuji finest
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This 170mm Stronglight with a 86 bcd bolt circle and 47 & 36 chainrings might be the ticket;

I'm partial to the looks of the Mighty Tour but these are both good fallbacks if I don't find one. I like the Stronglight 49d also. Thanks!
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What do you think about these?
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Originally Posted by obrentharris View Post
I'm partial to the looks of the Mighty Tour but these are both good fallbacks if I don't find one. I like the Stronglight 49d also. Thanks!
Brent
oh yeah the sugino mghty tour looks good but you may find that the sr apex 86 bcd is better suited to your needs. Here is mine set up as a triple on my Fuji Finest. With the sugino, you can only go down to 34: with the sr apex you can drop to 28. I have mine set up 48/38/28 with a 14 28 7 speed freewheel. I like the gear combos in doing really hilly routes. Chainrings are available for 86 bcd crank from spa cycles in the uk



Fuji finest with SR apex 86 bcd crank
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Ok, I have no idea where my Mighty Tour crankset went. All of the ones I have are definitely 100+ BCD except the following two cranksets.

One is a SR Super Custom triple @ 165 in good shape and rings 50/45/28 which I'd planned to cleanup and list soon (first 2 pics).
Other is a poor little swaged Sugino Maxy (last pic).

Middle ring has tons of grease on it and was apparently the preferred ring for the previous owner.



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Thank you everyone!
L134 is sending a Mighty Tour my way!
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