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BKS-7016 - Press-In, Flanged, Double-Row, stainless steel Bottom Bracket solution for BB86/92 framesets to SRAM DUB cranksets
This press-in solution allows you to fit your SRAM DUB cranks directly into your BB86/92 frameset. It's a tight fit with the limiting factor of just 41mm inner diameter of the BB86/92 bottom bracket shell, and it requires a unique solution to accommodate a 29mm BB spindle. By utilizing flanged double-row bearings that press directly into the BB shell, we can maximize contact area by doubling the number of balls per side to provide a long-lasting solution in a tight space.
This complete Bottom bracket features Flanged, Double-Row bearings with 440C stainless steel balls and races to provide long life and superior corrosion resistance in applications and environments that may be less than ideal. Included with the kit are seals to protect the bearings from the elements and a selection of spacers to allow you to tune your chain line precisely.
Though stainless steel may have about 20% less load capacity and is slightly softer than our standard 52100 chromium steel used in most of our bearings, stainless steel is an excellent alternative for use in wet conditions, if you wash your bike often, or where sweat can be a problem. Enduro Bearings also uses LLB-type seals and CRC Marine Grease in these bearings to additionally waterproof against the elements. We are so confident in the quality and performance of these bearings Enduro provides a three-year anti-corrosion guarantee.
This is just one of the massive range of solutions that Enduro makes for the wide range of bottom-bracket standards on the market today. For the full range of BB solutions, please check out our BB Solutions Chart. Enduro offers a solution for any configuration at multiple price/performance levels, ranging from standard ABEC-3 to XD-15 Ceramic Hybrid bearings featuring a lifetime guarantee.
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