The Force eTap AXS 43/40 crankset has a wider Q-Factor by 5mm than existing Force eTap AXS cranksets (placing each pedal an additional 2.5mm outboard from the bike’s centerline). The change to the width of the crankset comes from the longer crank spindle, which moves the arms outboard by 2.5mm on either side. Because of this change, there is also a change to the chainline of this crankset by 2.5mm.
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- Are SRAM Rival power meter cranksets available for Cannondale Ai frame spacing?
- How do I upgrade my SRAM RED or Force AXS crankset with Cannondale Ai spacing to a power meter?
- What SRAM eTap AXS power meter options are available for Cannondale Ai frame spacing?
- What frame bottom bracket interface standards work with the Force eTap AXS 43/30 cranksets?
- Is the Force eTap AXS 43/30 crankset compatible with Trek’s T47 bottom bracket standard?
- Is the new wider gearing option Force eTap AXS 43/30 crankset compatible with Trek’s BB90 bottom bracket standard?
- Are the wider gearing Force eTap AXS 43/30 cranksets compatible with the same bottom brackets as SRAM’s other DUB road cranksets?
- Is there a power meter option available for the wider gearing 43/30 crankset?
- Is the Q-Factor for the wider gearing option Force eTap AXS 43/30 crankset the same as the existing Force eTap AXS cranksets?
- Is the Q-Factor for SRAM’s eTap AXS™ road cranks different from SRAM’s 11-speed road cranks?