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Wheels Manufacturing BSA Bottom Bracket for SRAM DUB Cranks ABEC 3

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Why We Love It
Run 29mm spindle SRAM DUB compatible cranks in a BSA threaded frame. Machined aluminum cups thread in to a standard threaded frame and feature Enduro 6806/29 ABEC-3 sealed bearings outboard of the BB shell. Fully serviceable.
About This Item
  • Bearings: Enduro 6806/29 ABEC-3
  • Bottom Bracket/Frame Interface: ISO/English or BSA Threaded (1.37 in x 24 TPI)
  • Bottom Bracket Shell Width (mm): Compatible with 68mm, 73mm, and 100mm (if used in a 100mm wide shell, install the cups without the center plastic center sleeve)
  • Bottom Bracket Shell I.D.: 33.6-33.9 mm
  • Crank Spindle Diameter: 29mm
  • Tool Pattern: 48.5mm x 16-notch
  • Over Bearing Width: 91.5mm in a 68mm wide shell*
  • Weight: 102g
  • Bottom Bracket Includes: BB Cups with bearings, 2 - Silicone dust seals, 2 - 0.5mm crank spindle spacers, 2 - 1.0mm crank spindle spacers, 1 - 2.5mm crank spindle spacer
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Brand Wheels Manufacturing
Model BSA Bottom Bracket
Shell Width 68/73mm
Threading English
Weight 102 grams
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