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BB30-EBB-BLK

BB30 BLACK EBB For 24mm Shimano Systems

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Convert your BB30 frame to a single-speed setup with our simple to use eccentric bottom bracket. Enduro Angular Contact sealed bearings. Double lip seals on all bearings with high fill rate top quality grease for maximum durability. Machined aluminum cups are superior in function and durability to plastic. Fully serviceable.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Our Eccentric bottom brackets for BB30 frames will not work with frames that do not have removable c-clips in the shell. If your frame has a shell with a molded step that the bearings press up against, our EBB will not completely fit in to the shell.
  • 73mm BB shells require the use of M6 x 80 bolts only. Do not use M6 x 75 bolts in 73mm BB shell, damage to drive side cup threads may occur.

  • Bearings
    Enduro Angular Contact
    Color
    Black
    Bottom Bracket/Frame Interface
    BB30, Specialized Alloy OSBB
    Bottom Bracket Shell Width (mm)
    68mm - 73mm
    Bottom Bracket Shell I.D.
    42mm
    Chain Adjustment
    12mm
    Crank Spindle Type
    Shimano Hollowtech II, FSA MegaExo, RaceFace EXI
    Crank Spindle Diameter
    24mm
    Weight
    172g
    Quantity
    1SET/ BOX

    - Packaged for retail display


    Compatible with the following Bottom Bracket Standards:

    • PF30
    • Specialized Carbon OSBB. May need additional cup spacers if BB shell width is 61mm.

    Compatible with the following cranksets:

    • Shimano HollowTech II
    • FSA MegaExo
    • Rotor 3D, Agilis
    • RaceFace EXI
    • RaceFace X-Type

    IMPORTANT NOTES:
    • Our Eccentric bottom brackets for BB30 frames will not work with frames that do not have removable c-clips in the shell. If your frame has a shell with a molded step that the bearings press up against, our EBB will not completely fit in to the shell.
    • 73mm BB shells require the use of M6 x 80 bolts only. Do not use M6 x 75 bolts in 73mm BB shell, damage to drive side cup threads may occur.
    • Do not install bottom bracket with the two bolts positioned above the bearing. Some carbon frames do not have proper internal support for the bolts to properly tighten to spec. As a result, the cups will not stay tight in the frame, and at worst, your frame may crack.

    Incorrect EBB Orientation Correct EBB Orientation

    Download: BB30 EBB SHIMANO Installation / Warranty Download PDF File


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