Wheels Manufacturing Threaded Pressfit 30 Bottom Bracket - ABEC-3 - PF46-61/79-30

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Description of Wheels Manufacturing Threaded Pressfit 30 Bottom Bracket - ABEC-3 - PF46-61/79-30

The Wheels Manufacturing threaded bottom bracket comes with two machined aluminum cups which thread together ensuring the bottom bracket remains stable in the frame, increasing bearing life, and simplifying maintenance. This means no more creaking, smoother operation, longer bearing life, and really quick bearing replacement.

This bottom bracket is designed for frames with a 61-79mm wide bottom bracket shell and 30mm cranks spindles. It comes with Enduro ABEC-3 bearings for a great price-/performance ratio.
Case width: 79mm
Material: BB cups: aluminum
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Fact Sheet of Wheels Manufacturing Threaded Pressfit 30 Bottom Bracket - ABEC-3 - PF46-61/79-30

Product Name: Wheels Manufacturing Threaded Pressfit 30 Bottom Bracket - ABEC-3 - PF46-61/79-30
Manufacturer: Wheels Manufacturing
Item Code: WMF322068
activity: Bike
usage bikesport: Road Bike, MTB
bottom bracket type: Pressfit
bottom bracket axle profile: 30mm Hollow Shaft
bottom bracket type: Pressfit
bottom bracket construction: Bottom Bracket Cups
case diameter: 46mm
Model year: 2020
weight: 112g
manufacturer item code: PF30-THD-BB
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Alles hab ich versucht
3 Turavit Lager mehrmals montiert mit Fett ohne
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Jetzt hab ich schon seit 2000 km Ruhe keine
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I bought it to fix a creaking bb problem on my Specialized Stumpjumper carbon fs bike. it does the job very well. Also it's very easy to replace bearings when they wear out. Problem with this design is in the tool interface while tightening shells together. It's very shallow and tightening to required torque causes the tool to slip of the interface... but considering that tightening is one time (or very rare) job and that it's a solution for problematic bbs it's nothing major to complain about.
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