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Rotor BB30-24 Converter Bottom Bracket - Road

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Item # RTR0027

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Description

So, you bought a new road frame, but your existing crankset is a BB24 and the frame is a BB30 — the frustration is stacking. However, your question of why nothing is consistent anymore has been answered by Rotor. Yes, Rotor designed the BB30-BB24 Converter Road Bottom Bracket to make changing components between frames a breeze.

Rotor created a smooth, after-market converter using its labyrinth seals. Labyrinth seals have a series of grooves, or teeth, where the male and female pieces slip together — often perpendicular to the threads. These grooves create a maze that fluid would need to pass through in order to create a leak. Additionally, the labyrinth seals provide unparalleled protection from elements such as dust, water, and mud.

Most importantly, though, this converter allows you to run a conventional BB24 crankset with a BB30 frame. And even better, at around 108 grams, it allows this without stacking up needless weight.

The Rotor BB30-BB24 Converter Road Bottom Bracket is compatible with conventional BB24 cranks from Rotor, Shimano and Shimano-compatible brands. It features steel bearings, and it's available in the color Black.

  • Steel bearings
  • 24mm shell width

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
Black/Black, One Size: 120g
Shell Width:
24 mm
Material:
[bearings] steel
Shell Type:
BB30
Recommended Use:
running BB24 cranks with a BB30 frame

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How does it install? Are the bearings radial or angular-contact?