Campagnolo Record Ultra-Torque BB86 Adapter Cups

Campagnolo Record Ultra-Torque BB86 Adapter Cups
Campagnolo Record Ultra-Torque BB86 Adapter Cups
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Record Ultra-Torque BB86 Adapter Cups by Campagnolo
You've decided it's time to add some Italian flair to your ride with a Campagnolo Chorus, Record, or Super Record Ultra-Torque Crankset, but don't want to trade in your BB86 bottom bracket-shelled frame. The Campagnolo Record Ultra-Torque BB86 Adapter Cups are here to save the day, featuring two black anodized aluminum cups that press into your frame's BB86 shell to allow installation of the Ultra-Torque Crankset. Note: We strongly recommend a shop quality headset press and properly sized mandrels be used to install the adapter cups. Be sure to install the adapter with the groove on the drive side and don't forget to install the wire clip.

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SKU: CPG003D
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