Hope Stainless Steel Bottom Brackets

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MSRP : $111.49


Product Description

The eagerly anticipated road specific external bottom bracket is now available. The machined aluminium cups hold full stainless steel cartridge bearings. These custom, Swiss made bearings are double sealed, fully serviceable and removable which gives a much greater life span than stock units.The bearings are made (as all our bearings are) by INA and have been designed to run directly on the crankset axle, without the use of shims or spacers - again increasing life and reliability.Hope use a non contact, free running labyrinth seal to protect the bearing externally, and the machined aluminium centre tube is sealed internally with o-rings. Cup Colour - Red, Blue, Silver, Black, Gold and Gunmetal Center Tube Colour - Black Available with British Thread only.



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