No, it's BB30. I've seriously never been so dissatisfied with a bike, it's a great ride (when I can ride it) but at this point it can't be ridden because the crank comes so loose each time that there's no point leaving the house with it making it a $2800 garage decoration.Doesn't that bike have a threaded BB?
Shoulda bought the Z5, rim brakes and a threaded BB.No, it's BB30. I've seriously never been so dissatisfied with a bike, it's a great ride (when I can ride it) but at this point it can't be ridden because the crank comes so loose each time that there's no point leaving the house with it making it a $2800 garage decoration.
I assume so since Felt installs the crank before boxing- My shop has plenty of experience with this bike and SRAM components, so when the owner pulled it apart and put it back together the first time, I have total confidence he did it right.Are they following the procedure in this manual? They need to be torquing the bolt that holds the crank together as well as adjusting the preload nut.
Mine is a 13 with the FSA BB30 and gossamer crank. I have a feeling I just got bad a bad crankset. I think either way 30 miles home after noticing the crank was wobbling on my first ride probably did some damage.F75 has Shimano gear on it and uses a Shimon BB that is threaded. Sounds like an issue with the cranks and not so much the BB. Give it to the shop until it's fixed, I would think they could torque it down and take it for a spin and diagnose the issue. Provided it loosens up again.
Don't know why I thought your F75 was a 16. I had a 2011 F75 that only had one issue and it was rock solid. Both my bikes now are BB 30. My F2 has an adaptor but no issues either. The Tarmac has had zero as well. Seriously give it to that shop until it's right. I would think the shop could get it handled pretty quickly if the really dug into it. They should check the tolerances of the BB and give the cranks a good look. Should never have loosened up in the first place.