Easton BB86 Bottom Bracket

Easton BB86 Bottom Bracket
Easton BB86 Bottom Bracket
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BB86 Bottom Bracket by Easton
Update that cranky old bottom bracket for smooth spinning pedals with Easton's BB86 Bottom Bracket. Sitting unobtrusively between the cranks, this bottom bracket boasts classic Easton quality with claims of exceptional durability to manage the miles. A protective bearing seal blocks out road grime and grit, while a thin, low viscosity grease reduces friction for fast, smooth spinning no matter where the road takes you. Please note that this bottom bracket is only compatible with Easton's gravel-, road-, and 'cross-friendly EC90 SL Cinch crankset.

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