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SRAM
PressFit 30 Bottom Bracket 68mm-92mm Shells

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The SRAM and Truvativ PressFit 30 Bottom Bracket Assembly has durable steel cartridge bearings for smoothness and long wear. Nylon cups keep weight down and Gutterseal technology helps keep dirt and grime out of the bearings. Fits frames with PF30 and BBright shells.

Compatible with all SRAM and Truvativ BB30/PF30 Cranksets. Not compatible with BB30 frames. 91 grams.

 

Weight: 91 grams

 

Weight: 91 grams

 

Bottom Bracket STD: PF30 

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0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This is an pretty good product.

Pros lightweight, easy to install, bearings are durable

Cons with my carbon frame and these plastic cups, THE CUPS BACK OUT!!! So i repeatedly have to back off the BB preload or else the crank rotational friction increases drastically. As I race the bike each weekend i have been fooling with the crank/PF30 bb constantly! What a pain! Most recently a mechanic told me to use green loctite to prevent the cups from slipping outwards. I did that 2 days ago. I'll see if that fixes the problem. Basically i'm pretty unimpressed with the PF30 bb standard so far. Bearing friction tends to be high, exactly what I don't need.

Reviewed 11/11/2013
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