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e*thirteen componentsBB92 Bottom Bracket

Sale 10% OffCurrent price:$62.98 Original price:$69.95

Item # ETR0028

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Item # ETR0028

BB92 Bottom Bracket

The e*thirteen BB92 Bottom Bracket lets you install your e*thirteen crankset into mountain bike frames with a press fit BB92 bottom bracket shell. The stainless steel cups press directly into the frame and house dual-row bearings for smooth spinning and longevity. It's works with e*thirteen TRS, XCX, and LG1 cranksets with a 30mm spindle diameter only, but fits both 89.5 and 92mm wide press fit bottom bracket shells.

  • Press fit BB92 bottom bracket for e*thirteen cranksets
  • Fits e*thirteen TRS, XCX, and LG1 cranks with 30mm spindle diameter
  • Fits frames with 89.5 and 92mm wide press fit bottom bracket shells
  • Stainless steel cups with center tube for sealing
  • Dual-row bearings backed by 1 year no-questions-asked warranty
  • For 41mm inner diameter press fit frames
  • Includes spacers, refer to e*thirteen user manual for spacer arrangement

Tech Specs
Material[cups] stainless steel
Shell TypeBB92
Shell Width89.5mm, 92mm
Axle Type30mm
Recommended Usecross-country, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

Actual Weight

Black, BB92

Claimed Weight

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>Rating: 5

Replaced Raceface BB with this

I've used it several times

I used this after my RF PF92 BB took a dump. So far so good, hoping to get more life out of the dual row bearings with a 30mm spindle Turbine crankset. Came with a good selection of spacer rings not pictured and instructions for which ones to use with E13 cranksets. It was trial and error with the RF Turbines, but after a few tries I got it right, and I'm thankful I didn't have to source the spacers separately.