PF30A Outboard ABEC-3 BB for 22/24mm Cranks (SRAM) - Black

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The two machined aluminum cups thread together ensuring the bottom bracket remains stable in the frame, increasing bearing life, and simplifying maintenance. This means no more creaking, smoother operation, longer bearing life, and really quick bearing replacement.

Specifically designed for installing 22mm / 24mm spindle diameter cranks (SRAM / Truvativ GXP) in Cannondale PF30A (46mm ID, 73mm wide BB shell) frames without the need for any adapters.

Precision Machined

 

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  • Bearings: Enduro ABEC-3
  • Color: Black
  • Bottom Bracket/Frame Interface: Cannondale PF30A
  • Bottom Bracket Shell Width (mm): 73mm
  • Bottom Bracket Shell I.D.: 46mm
  • Over Bearing Width: 91mm in 73mm wide shell*
  • Crank Spindle Diameter: 22/24mm
  • Tool Pattern: 44mm x 16 notch
  • Weight: 168g
  • Packaged for retail display

* Over Bearing Width Dimensions include supplied silicone dust shields.

Compatible with the following Bottom Bracket Standards (46mm BB shell inner diameter, 73mm shell width):

  • Cannondale PF30A

Compatible with 22/24mm stepped spindle diameter cranksets, like SRAM & Truvativ GXP.

Enduro Bearings

Enduro ABEC-3 Bearings

Grade 10 Chromium Steel Balls:

High precision balls are within 10/1,000,000″ round, twice as round as the industry standard, at it’s highest level.

52100 High Carbon Chromium Alloy Races:

Vacuum de-gassed process for the purest chromium alloy steel, hardened to R-62, extremely tough and very durable. Polished to a mirror finish for ABEC-3 precision and noiseless movement.

Riveted Steel Retainer for toughness, ABEC-3 tolerances and noise tested, C-3 or C-N Internal Clearance

  • (PRESS-7) Universal Bottom Bracket Press
  • (BBTOOL-48-44) Wheels Mfg BB Socket, 16-notch BB tool - 48.5 / 44mm
  • (WRENCH-BB48-44) Wheels Mfg Double End BB Wrench, 16-notch BB tool - 48.5 / 44mm

Note: if your BB shell is slightly oversize, two BB wrenches may be required to fully tighten cups in frame.