Worth going to another shop? GXP BB question
I'm in the process of upgrading my road bike, and I ran into some great deals on SRAM stuff lately. I was able to get a Red GXP crank for a good price, but to put it in I'd needed to swap out the through spindle type my bike currently had for a GXP BB. I don't have a GXP BB tool, so I figured I'd take it to the LBS to have the old one removed, the threads chased, frame faced, and the new BB installed.
The old BB was frozen in place and took the mech about 30 minutes to get free, which IMO was worth the $18 I paid for the BB install all by itself. The new GXP BB was installed with just a dab of grease on the frame threads. The threads were not chased or the frame faced. Now in their defense I just asked for the new BB to be installed, I assumed that this would be included. Anyway the new BB was installed, along with the cranks. Watching him install the cranks he also didn't grease the shaft SRAM recommends, and torque wrench was never involved in the installation of the BB or cranks. The cranks now have a noticeable (at least when turning by hand) stiff spot at about 12 oclock on the drive side. Trying to spin the cranks by hand results in about 1-1.25 revolutions before they stop. My old cranks would do quiet a few more, and were butter smooth throughout the whole revolution.
I can easily pull the crank and grease it, and I've can torque the cranks per spec no problem. Assuming that pulling the crank and greasing it solves the problem, would it be worth it to take the bike into another shop that I know will thread and face the BB to have this done, and have the BB re-installed and torqued to spec?