TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Ceramic Bearing Bottom Bracket by Enduro Bearings
Road rash, IT pain, saddle sores, nicks from shaving, gear envy -- being a cyclist entails exposing yourself to countless irritants. Of all of these, though, nothing is worse than a mysterious creak in your machine. Enduro Bearings' PF30 to 24mm A/C Ceramic Bearing Bottom Bracket helps alleviate this issue by essentially converting creak-prone PressFit 30 bottom bracket shells to threaded. And while we'd never argue with the virtually perfect surface of ceramic bearings, the ability to finally eliminate that infuriating groan is more than enough reason to warrant an upgrade. The bottom bracket's ceramic bearings do bear dwelling on, though, as they're equal to industrial applications that far exceed the amount of wear-and-tear we can inflict with our tortured IT bands. If you're running 24mm spindles in a PF30 bottom bracket shell, then you're probably already looking at a convoluted system of adapters. The TorqTite simplifies the conversion process with the added benefit of a creak-free, more durable interface and -- of course -- those superhero-grade ceramic marbles.
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Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Ceramic Bearing Bottom Bracket
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