Sugino AS
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Category:  Cranksets
Name:  Sugino AS
Brand:  Sugino
Model:  DAAS
Years:  1980's - ?
Country:  Japan
Weight:  620 grams (Spec),
with original 52/42 chainrings
Added By: Walkman-man on 06/28/15
Updated By: Walkman-man on 06/28/15
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Chainring CountDoubleBCD 144mm
BB StyleSquare Taper (JIS)Pedal Threads9/16" x 20 (English)
BB Length Flutes None
Lengths 170Arm/Spider MaterialAluminum Alloy
Front MarkingsBack Markings
Extractor Threading 22x1mm (Standard)  
General Information
One of the rarer of Sugino's chainsets. There's not much info on these, but sources show they're midrange quality. One Sugino catalogue includes an AS model (DAAS) among their road racing chainset range (there are only three sets showing, so these might be only the midrange chainsets). Other sources indicate there was also a track variant. The example shown above is pictured with non-original chainrings.
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Brand Information(click to expand)
Sugino is a Japanese manufacturer of road and track bicycle components, founded in Nara, Japan, in 1910. It made chainsets and chainrings. It fell on hard times in the early 90s and became smaller. The company still makes bicycle components.
 
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