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CeramicSpeed BSA Road Coated Bottom Bracket for Shimano Road 24mm Spindle

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Why We Love It
BSA is another way of saying English threading; it comes from British Standard Cycle. English threading on road bikes mean a 68mm wide, 34mm inside diameter shell with reverse threading on the drive side. It’s the most common threaded standard employed today. This kit works with 24mm diameter thru-axle cranks, found on Shimano, FSA, Rotor, among others. This BB features Coated Bearings that have super round, super smooth CeramicSpeed balls rolling on hardened-steel races for longer life and less bearing drag.

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About This Item
  • For Shimano Road 24mm Spindle
  • Weight: 92g
  • In The Box
  • 2 threaded cups with CeramicSpeed coated bearings installed
  • 2 dust covers with built-in spacers
  • Spacer tube
  • All Round Grease
  • Sticker sheet
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Brand CeramicSpeed
Model BSA Road Coated Bottom Bracket for Shimano Road 24mm Spindle
Shell Width 68mm
Threading English
Intended Use Road
Weight 92 grams
mpn 101308
upc 5711050000999
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