Wheels Mfg BBright to GXP Bottom Bracket + Angular Contact Bearings

Wheels Mfg BBright to GXP Bottom Bracket + Angular Contact Bearings
Wheels Mfg BBright to GXP Bottom Bracket + Angular Contact Bearings
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BBright to GXP Bottom Bracket + Angular Contact Bearings by Wheels Mfg
Bottom brackets are a huge pain in the rear. We all know it, but we've got no choice but to deal with it. Wheels Mfg makes matching your bike's bottom bracket shell to your crankset's spindle easier. The BBright to GXP Bottom Bracket with Angular Contact Bearings is the brand's helpful solution for, well, mounting a GXP spindle in a BBright shell. Besides simplifying the compatibility hunt, this here bottom bracket features Wheels Mfg's outboard design, so it threads together inside the shell in order to eliminate the gremlins that typically accompany PressFit models. Less creaking, smoother spinning, and longer bearing life result.

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SKU: WHL000N
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