Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket

Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket
Enduro Bearings TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket
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TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket by Enduro Bearings
While a few manufacturers have held out, most of the industry seems to have abandoned threaded bottom brackets in favor of the lower weight of PressFit. With its TorqTite PF30 to 24mm A/C Steel Bearing Bottom Bracket, Enduro Bearings ensures that the threaded dream lives on. PressFit bottom brackets have their place, but they're notorious for being the source of the mysterious creak that drives so many cyclists nuts over the miles. 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.

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