Rotor Press Fit 4624 Ceramic Bottom Bracket

Rotor Press Fit 4624 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
Rotor Press Fit 4624 Ceramic Bottom Bracket
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Press Fit 4624 Ceramic Bottom Bracket by Rotor
Your bottom bracket is toast and you're wasting way too much energy pushing past that telltale grind. This time around, go all-in on durability and friction-free functionality with a Rotor Press Fit 4624 Ceramic Bottom Bracket. Pairing precisely machined cups and silky smooth ceramic bearings, this bottom bracket is up to your high-watt challenge to keep the pedals turning efficiently for many miles to come.

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SKU: RTR002C
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