I found one finally
Posted by James C on 11 04 2020
Not knowing what to search for to find a threaded crank arm (I thought you needed an entire bottom bracket) I resorted to welding a cut up hub to my crank arm.... and of course it wobbled enough to be a problem. So I went on the hunt again and realized they do exist... and they dont cost an arm and leg. These seem to have enough threads to be spaced inward if needed. Plus they are lighter and longer than the originals. And shipped quickly w/ stickers.
Posted by El on 08 28 2020
I haven't installed these new cranks yet, but they' are .going to work like a charm on my project. Can't wait to get the rest of the parts made so I can put them to use
Posted by Unknown on 08 05 2020
This was a quick bolt-on installation, fit my bike perfectly. The R/H arm has external threads that match the freewheel. You just spin the freewheel onto the crank.
after getting my pant leg caught in the old crank set i needed a new set
Posted by Curt Hill on 08 30 2019
Love the new crank set. The smooth cranking with my jackshaft makes my gasbike very enjoyable ride.
Solid and well made
Posted by Unknown on 07 25 2017
I a very pleased with these cranks and the gloss black finish looks great.
Posted by Darren Million on 12 08 2014
You want quality? You want something that fits as should? this is much better then what my junk BOYGOESFAST kit came with. Buy all your Shift kit parts from here no where else they know what there doing and have every tool or part you could need for a Shift kit. 5 STAR SERVICE
Posted by john styles on 04 29 2014
Nice cranks - machined perfectly,all the threads are bloody beautiful- the pedals & the freewheel screw on smoothly with just your fingers. I cannot find any faults with these cranks!
Posted by Michael Taylor on 07 18 2013
Perfect for my application. The cranks fit modern pedals, not the 1/2 beach cruiser pedals or kids bike pedals. This is good. BMX pedals are cheap.
I used a 3 speed freewheel (yes, they exist, on Amazon), and a modified front derailleur, to get ultra low gears for loaded touring. I recommend using a freewheel spacer, or filing the right crankarm a tiny bit for chain pin clearance on the 22t gear (16-19-22 freewheel). For the standard BMX freewheel of any size, or the spider and 36-48t freewheels sold here, nothing is required. Just grease the threads and install assembly.
This product looks good on any bike, too, with wide arms, plenty of clearance on frames with standard bottom bracket lengths (if you had a triple crank, this is a direct swap). The threads were well cut on the fw mount and the pedal bores. 5/5 Will buy another.
Posted by matthew thacker on 10 03 2012
my pedals did not mach the cranks hole, stuff like this should be made too one size
Posted by jerry nashif nashif on 05 09 2009
great cranks !!!!!!! WOW!!! only$30.00 threaded mountain bike cranks for a freewheel system . they work perfectly and they come fast , and there nice and shiny, thanks again , you guys are great . jerry thescooterguy...
Posted by Michael Anzelmo on 04 16 2009
I have a Grubee Starfire GT-2-GGG-2 That's the Dual Start 49cc motor (Pull Start and Centrifugal Clutch). It came with a 3 piece crank arm set. Where they came up the pedal crank arm is a mystery to me. They look like big toilet flush levers or a kids tricycle pedals. Someone said they are off an exercise bike. Who knows. I went searching the Internet for something else. Prices for crank arms were all over the place $20-$200. You have to look for Unicycle parts just to find arms without sprockets.
Since I own an SBP shift kit it dawned on me that the crank arms for it should work. I was right! They clear the pull start with about 1 1/4 inches and the centrifugal clutch with 1 1/2 inches. So for those times when I pedal the bike, like to start it, life is so much better.
If you have that long crank, this is a great replacement for what you get with the motor kit.