Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF 386EVO to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket

Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF 386EVO to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket
Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF 386EVO to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket
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TorqTite PF 386EVO to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket by Enduro Bearings
Creaking and squeaking are features of press-fit bottom brackets rather than bugs, but Enduro Bearings is looking to change that with its TorqTite PF 386EVO to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket. Unlike traditional press-fit models, the two halves of the TorqTite actually thread together inside 386EVO bottom bracket shells, forming a secure crank platform that reduces creaks and locks out road dirt and grime. The TorqTite is compatible with Shimano 24mm and SRAM GXP crank spindles and features stainless 440C steel angular contact bearings that reduce friction and increase efficiency for the life of the bottom bracket. Note that you'll need two TorqTite wrenches (not included) to properly install the TorqTite PF 386EVO.

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