Rotor Press Fit 4130 Ceramic Bottom Bracket

Rotor Press Fit 4130 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
Rotor Press Fit 4130 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
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Press Fit 4130 Ceramic Bottom Bracket by Rotor
Rotor's Press Fit 4130 Ceramic Bottom Bracket is the missing piece of the puzzle to install your 30mm axle crankset into a frame with a 41mm press fit bottom bracket shell. Out on the road, this bottom bracket facilitates smooth, efficient pedal turns with silky ceramic bearings designed to weather the miles.

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SKU: RTR001Y
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