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CeramicSpeed PF4630 (PF30/Bbright/PF30A/EVO386) Bottom Bracket

Item #CBB10404
Condition:
New with Warranty
Regular price
$379.00

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Why We Love It
This Bottom Bracket is for when you have a PF30, BBright, or 386EVO shell frame and want to install a BB30 crankset into the frame. All have a 46mm inner diameter and smooth insides, though the widths vary from 68mm to 86mm. The crank has a 30mm diameter spindle.

This bottom bracket features nearly zero loss of power due to friction, thanks to the bearings. These Standard bearings have super round, super smooth CeramicSpeed balls rolling on hardened-steel races.

Click here for tips on Ceramic Speed bottom bracket installation, crank compatibility, and maintenance.
About This Item
  • Weight: 94g
  • In The Box
  • 2 cups with bearings installed
  • 2 1mm spacers
  • 2 0.5mm spacers
  • 2 dust covers
  • O-ring
  • Spacer tube
  • CeramicSpeed All Round Grease
  • Sticker sheet
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Details
Brand CeramicSpeed
Model PF4630 (PF30/Bbright/PF30A/EVO386) Black
Shell Width 68mm
Intended Use Road
Weight 94 grams
mpn 105269
upc 5711050041107
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