SRAM Press Fit 30 68-92mm Bottom Bracket

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Description

Press Fit 30 Bottom Bracket to suit short spindled BB30 Cranks (Sram/Truvativ)

Frame will need a 46mm diameter opening.

Features high quality sealed bearings housed in nylon cups. Will work on shell widths ranging in size from 68-92mm. Integrated Gutter Seals prolong keep the bearings clean and prolong life.

Only works with 30mm diameter spindles.

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PF30 - 68-92mm Shell
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SAME AS I TOOK OUT GOOD REPUTATION AND VALUE FOR MONEY

Satisfied with purchase

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Easy to install, smooth and creak-free.

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SAME AS I TOOK OUT

by -

SAME AS I TOOK OUT GOOD REPUTATION AND VALUE FOR MONEY

Satisfied with purchase

by -

Easy to install, smooth and creak-free.

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SRAM Press Fit 30 68-92mm Bottom Bracket710845792625PRNT
30mm - PF30 - 68-92mm Shell710845792625

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