Shimano XTR SM-BB93 68-73mm External Bottom Bracket

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RRP: $70.00
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Description

Legendary XTR performance!  The XTR BB93 is a lightweight BB that features premium bearings and seals to ensure you always have the best possible performance on hand.  Compatible with 68 and 73mm shells and 24mm spindles.  

Features:

  • Compatible with 68 or 73mm shells. Spacers included. 
  • Will work with 24mm spindles.  Not compatible with 83mm DH cranks. 

 

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BSA Threaded - 68-73mm Shell
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Reviews

5

Works great.

by

Put this on my dirt jumper with Race Face Affect R Cranks, have worked like a dream, quiet and smooth.

What can I say, always

by -

What can I say, always reliable, replacing one after 6 years of use.

Ratings & Reviews

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Works great.

by

Put this on my dirt jumper with Race Face Affect R Cranks, have worked like a dream, quiet and smooth.

What can I say, always

by -

What can I say, always reliable, replacing one after 6 years of use.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Shimano XTR SM-BB93 68-73mm External Bottom Bracket4524667997269PRNT
24mm - BSA Threaded - 68-73mm Shell4524667997269

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