PF30 Bottom Bracket Package for SRAM GXP by Chris King
Deciding to run a PF30 Chris King bottom bracket is pretty much a no-brainer, especially with the legendary quality you'll enjoy from this household name. However, things are a bit more tricky when you're trying to install SRAM GXP road cranks to this bottom bracket, seeing you'll need the proper adapter to make everything seamlessly come together. That's where the Chris King PF30 Bottom Bracket Package for SRAM GXP comes into play, bundling together the Chris King PF30 Bottom Bracket with the Conversion Kit #5, so you can upgrade your old bottom bracket and install SRAM Road GXP 22/24-millimeter road cranks at the same time--all without worrying about fitment issues coming into play. On a side note, it'll work with 22/24-millimeter stepped road cranks from Bontrager, Truvativ, and Zinn (please check your crank's specs before purchasing to ensure compatibility). The Chris King PF30 Bottom Bracket is compatible with all PF30-equipped frames, but this particular package is intended for PF30 road frames with a 68-millimeter shell width, seeing you'll be running 22/24-millimeter SRAM GXP road cranks with the provided Conversion Kit #5. In order to get your SRAM GXP road cranks running on a PF30 frame, first install the Chris King PF30 Bottom Bracket into your frame, then place in the Conversion Kit #5 before installing your SRAM GXP crankset.
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