Shimano Ultegra 6800 Bottom Brackets

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MSRP : $35.00

Product Description

Shimano 6800 Botoom Bracket English has a 68mm shell size. Works for Hollowtech II cranksets. Compatible for English threaded bottom bracket shell bicycles.

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Ultegra 6800 shfiters and derailleurs but with 10-speed cassette and chain?

Hi, all I'm hoping someone has a definitive answer/experience on using Ultegra 6800 shifters and derailleurs with a 10-speed cassette + chain + wheel/hub. Looking at some earlier discussions: [list] [*]mpcbike [URL=" ... Read More »

Can someone tell me how to properly set up the Shimano Ultegra 6800 Front Derailleur?

In all my thousands of miles of riding, the FD is something I've never much messed around with. They've always been set up properly on my bikes to begin with, so I never got into it. But recently I took advantage of a free tuneup at my local shop. The bike came back and now I can't cross chain witho ... Read More »

Mavic Open Pro rear wheel with Shimano Ultegra 6800 hub

I am looking for a decent rear wheel for my bike. I currently have a Fulcrum 5 series on it and I keep throwing it out of tru. I am 6'0" and 230 pounds. I was looking at this rim as it is 32 spoke and it should hold up better than the 20 spoke one I have now I would think. I know that this (Mav ... Read More »

Ultegra 6800 - adjusting Front Derailleur

Hi there, I need some help. I had a Pinarello Rohk w/ultegra 6800 2014. The group works fine. the problem, I cant eliminate the noise (and the friction) in the Front Derailleur when I use the big chain-ring with the big cog, and the one that follows. Ultegra has a couple of adjustments I've tried, n ... Read More »

Ultegra 6800 derailluer change from short to mid....

quick question: when I purchased my 14 Cannondale SS EVO 3 I had the lbs change the rear derailleur and cassette (from 28t to 32t). Should they also have changed the chain? I never mentioned it and neither did they. How would I know if they indeed change the chain (I read its supposed to be longer ... Read More »

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