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Old 05-04-08, 03:28 PM   #1
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dura ace bottom bracket question

hi, i picked up an older DA bottom bracket (NJS stamped, so i think it's the keirin BB, but i'm planning to use it with a road double crank), it's the style with the fixed cup, adjustable cup, and locking ring.

the bb didn't come with a spindle, and finding DA spindles is proving hard, so i'm wondering if the Ritchey Super Logic BB spindle linked below will work on this BB.

any ideas?

http://www.icyclesusa.com/catalog/ri...et-spindle.htm
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fyi, it works fine!
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All dura ace bb axles I have gotten even for road bikes are stamped njs.. even the cups are certified also.

The dura ace spindle should be a 68x112, and I believe is symetric... hope this helps better.

Which cranks are u going to use??
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I thought the old Dura-Ace spindles were actually asymmetric.
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