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Profile BMX Classic Race and NoBoss Crank Kit Cranks

Average User Rating: (Excellent)
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    “liked at first”

    The Good: Look clean and they don't hurt your ankles at all

    The Bad: bent my spindle after 6 months trying a crooked grind, feel to delicate to even try crank arm grinds, not good for street

    Overall Review:

    might be okay if you only ride trails or park but DO NOT buy them if you ride street. not happy with them.

    “Profile dose brake,Y do you think that Danscomp sell Profile Crank Arms?”

    The Good: http://www.danscomp.com/products/451020/Profile_Crank_Arm.html

    The Bad: The driver side snapped at the spindle boss were the sprocket gos when I was at the Flow Skate Park.

    Overall Review:

    “nice to land the whips on (no bruised heel)”

    The Good: quite light good hollow axel very nice to ride quite expensive but worth the extra and i bought the spline sprocket which made it even better

    The Bad: i had to get a new bottom bracket and pay 15£ more for chrome

    Overall Review: goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood

    “They're decent cranks but...”

    The Good: I never broke them. That's the only good thing I can say.

    The Bad: Where do I start? The crank boss around the spindle dents when grinding ledges goes wrong. They don't slide on unless you use the tool provided. The allen wrench needed is an odd size. Pain in my arse switching from my stem allen wrench to the one I needed for the sprocket boss screw.

    Overall Review:

    Despite all my issues with them. I had them for like 5 years and never broke them. When I sold my bike, they went with it. Now I have some MirraCo cranks and I don't have one issue with them. By the way I weigh 180 pounds so the MirraCo's and the Profile's held up to my weight. If you're jumping from the second floor with these profiles. They'll likely break, but then again why the fuck would you jump off shit? It's not a trick and looks fucking dumb IMO. Get a mountain bike for that Evil Kneivel shit.

    “Pretty nice, I love em.”

    The Good: Light, Stiff, Had them for over a year without problems.

    The Bad: Mine siezed, user error though. Hard to find allen wrench for the bolts.

    Overall Review: I loved mine, haven't had any problems yet. Lost my allen wrench and got one sent for free from emailing profile.

    “Profile BMX Race Cranks”

    The Good: last for ages and have a Lifetime Warranty on arms and spindles i run a spline drive sprockets two in 25t and there sick guys get some

    The Bad: nothing at all

    Overall Review: last for ages and have a Lifetime Warranty on arms and spindles and come in all sorts of sizes for arm sizes


    The Good: Clean look easy installation

    The Bad: RACE MADE CRANKS welds dont hold up real expensive for what they are....bought a pair brand new year later drive side snapped at the spindle boss (ruining my sprocket too)....next 1 & 1/2 id broken four more same exact spot....sent the first one in never got any thing back only bad customer servise over the phone


    “Good for a while but, im not using them ever again.”

    The Good: They are a good crank dont get me wrong but only recommended for race use or light park use. installs in a fast manner.

    The Bad: Weak around the welds when you ride hard, mine always developed cracks in and around the spindle boss. Always wore in too fast (profile death wobble)

    Overall Review: Great for the track not under my feet! I found a great deal for some old school tech, a nos black 175 set of cromo primo cranks so far so good... NO WOBBLE!


    Crank Arm Construction CNC machined parts and fabricated at our St. Petersburg, FL factory - USA
    Crank Arm Materials Fabricated with 4140 aircraft alloy.
    Crank Arm Lengths 145, 160, 165, 170, 175, 177, 180, 182, 185 & 190mm
    Drive Side LHD/RHD/ or No Boss (for spline drive 19mm sprockets)
    Spindle GDH* Chromemoly Steel *Gun Drilled Hollow (Titanium upgrade available)
    Colors Not al sizes: Chrome, Black, Clear/Raw, White, Gold Metal Flake, Red, Sparkle Gold, Sparkle Lime Green, Matte Blue, Matte Aqua & Mint Green. Plus, limited edition colors.

    1 lb 12.8 oz (815 g)

    Price $167.95
    More Info The Profile Racing Chrome Moly Race Crank Kit is everything you need to run Profile cranks except the bottom bracket (bearings, tube spacer and cone spacers).***Limited Lifetime warranty on crank arms and spindle to original purchaser.Kit includes Crank arms, GDH heat-treated Chrome Moly spindle, crank bolts, sprocket bolt, flush washers, 6mm GDH crank bolts, and the Profile Crank Installation Tool. Titanium upgrade for the sprocket bolt is available. No Boss kit come without a sprocket bolt.
    Comes with Gun Drilled Hollow CrMo Spindle. American, Mid, and Spanish BB frames should use 5 5/8" spindles. Euro BB for MTB should use 6". Fixed Gear bikes should use 5 1/4" spindle with the Internal English (Euro) BB.