Rotor BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket

Rotor BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
Rotor BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
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BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket by Rotor
Originally developed to fit Rotor's 3D+ Crankset to 68-millimeter English threaded frames, the BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket complements stiff and lightweight BB30 cranks with its smooth-turning ceramic bearings. It's a great choice for any rider seeking to fit BB30 cranks to 68-millimeter English threaded frames, courtesy of its 30-millimeter external bearings allowing for a perfect fitment. This particular version is upgraded with Enduro Grade 5 ceramic bearings for smoother turning of the cranks with every pedal stroke. CNC-mahcined cups from 7075-T6 aluminum are elegantly designed, especially with the striking red anodized finish. This BSA 30 Ceramic Bottom Bracket includes an installation wrench, complete with a 3/8-inch hole for the torque wrench.

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