Ritchey COMP Bottom Bracket

3.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $30.00


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Ritchey COMP


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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Bizario a Cross Country Rider from NW Montana

Date Reviewed: February 13, 2002

Strengths:    easy to install & remove

Weaknesses:    Weak bearings & weighs more than an XT

Bottom Line:   
This BB was very easy to install, but that was about it. I found this to be a bit weighty. The left bearing went out after 2 months. I tossed it & put an XT BB in it's place & I've been on it for the last year. I'll never own one again.

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Favorite Trail:   Cliff Point

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $30.00

Purchased At:   Kootenai Konnection

Similar Products Used:   Raceface Taper pop, XT

Bike Setup:   Caloi hardtail, White Bros. SC90, White Ind. hubs & Velocity rims.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Crash a cross-country rider from Radford, VA

Date Reviewed: March 3, 1999

Bottom Line:   

I just picked one up to replace the UN-52 on my Schwinn. Easy to install, fully serviceable cartridge bearings, no fuss whatsoever. No if only I had ordered the right size spindle length...

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Tim Krueger a cross-country rider from Green Bay

Date Reviewed: February 22, 1999

Bottom Line:   


I bought this as a replacement for the shimano I had. It works very smooth and is super easy to install because there are only 3 parts. Never had any problems, but all parts are standard 6903 cartridge bearings. Weighs less than XT and costs less too, probably the best for the cash

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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Ordered an Epic Comp

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2013 Stumpjumper ht comp vs 2013 Carve Pro

Hi all, I have found a store pretty close to me, and I can get a 2013 sj ht comp for $1,780 and the Carve Pro for $1,650! I mostly ride the trails close to me which are not to hilly but do have some steep climbs, not to much down hill either. however there are a lot of roots and rocks. which bike do ... Read More »

Stumpjumper FSR comp or Fuel EX 8

Hi, tested both 29ers and both felt comfortable. Considering both as an option to replace my 26 Titus. For the stumpy - upgrade brakes to XT. For the Fuel - upgrade cranck to XT 2X10. Both at the same price range. Anyone csn recommend or has any other observation? Appreciate your help on such tough ... Read More »

Used Stumpjumer FSR Comp or New Kona Hei Hei

Looking to upgrade my ride from an antique hardtail to a full suspension bike. I go about 6'3"ish, 180 lbs, 34" inseam. A 2012 Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29er just appeared on Craigslist for about $1900. I was looking at a new Kona Hei Hei at the lbs for just around that. Lbs said a 22" Hei Hei would su ... Read More »

2011 Jamis Dakar XC comp of 2011 Rocky Mountain Element Sport ?

Hi, I can get a deal on both of these bikes. Looking for a full sus 100 to 120 mm for singletrack/cross country riding for my girlfriend: no jumps/drops I'm mainly interested in the differences between the frames (have parts lying around to upgrade): rear suspension effectiveness, overall fram ... Read More »

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