American Classic ISIS Bottom Bracket

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Weight : 153 grams


Product Description

  • Length: 113mm and 118mm
  • Bearings: Fully sealed stainless steel

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Isis BB upgrade

I've got an 07 Gary Fisher X-Caliber with an ISIS BB and Bontrager Select crankset. I got the used bike a few months ago and now, after a wet and muddy year, the BB is grinding and getting loose. I've searched my brains out for a decent replacement BB and as you all know, the Isis design in weak. ... Read More »

Calling all Middleburn Duo ISIS/Square Taper users: chainline to INNER chainring?

I've got an ISIS spline set of Middleburn RS7s running on a 113x73mm BB, and I am having a hell of a time getting the chainline anything close to the middle of the cassette without needing 7mm worth of spacers (calculated chainline to the middle of the cassette is ~43.5mm as per the calculations on ... Read More »

Stripped ISIS BB bolt- pitch for tap?

Just like it says. Anyone know the thread pitch on the 12 mm bolts that hold the crank arm on?Read More »

Salsa Snow Isis?

For those of you with the 2013 Salsa Mukluks 3, how do you like the Salsa Snow Isis crankset? Are there any issues with chain rub, and what is the largest tire you're riding? I know I've been checking out the Muk 2 and Fatback, but aside from saving weight (and I'm not racing) why shouldn't I also ... Read More »

Isis bottom bracket

Anyone use an isis type bottom bracket that lasts on a SS? The last FSA bb that I bought is only 6 months old and already the bearings are not very smooth-although the FSA I used before this one has lasted a long time. Maybe just some variances in the FSA bottom brackets. Any advice?Read More »

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