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We’ve compiled a number of topical links to help keep your Stages Power meter up and running flawlessly, and indefinitely. If you have questions about your Stages Power meter please peruse the following links, as they will likely be the fastest way to get your power meter back to tip-top condition. Of course, if you don’t find the information you need, we’re always available to help you with any question related to your Stages Power meter, in this case please call or email us.
We have options that will fit multiple generations of Shimano Hollowtech II cranks. While we only match the exact aesthetic of the specific models listed on our site, our left power enabled arms fit many more cranks. Furthermore you can mix and match the models in order to find the product with the best price for your budget; example: you can use a 105 level power meter arm with a previous generation Dura-Ace Hollowtech II crank.
For SRAM, we offer Rival GXP and X9 crank arms with both GXP and BB30 compatibility. The Rival crank arm will retrofit to Rival, Force and Red GXP crank arms, as well as a number of SRAM and Truvativ’s non-series GXP models. On the mountain side the X9 based Stages Power meter will fit X9, X0, and the (166mm) XX crank models.
Our Cannondale BB30 based models fit to Cannondale’s proprietary BB30 spindle and serves for both road and mountain bike use.
Shimano cranks are all identified with model information above or surrounding the area on the backside of the pedal threads.
SRAM cranks are branded with their model name.
While we may not be able to match your older model crank with an exact model we will support all Shimano Hollowtech II crank interfaces for road and mountain bikes.
Cannondale’s Hollowgram cranks all rely on the same bottom bracket attachment, which will only work with a Cannondale Hollowgram right crank arm.
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