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    SRAM GXP Bottom Bracket & Sram S100 1.1 Crankset

    So I bought a Sram GXP BB and I totally forgot the shop told me it was only compatible with SRAM Cranksets....I am in the process of needing to purchase a crankset so I am going with a SRAM crankset...no big deal....

    Just a little info it is going to be a fixed gear bike....nothing special about it.....just a 2nd bike for alittle fun without even close to breaking my bank on it


    So I noticed the SRAM the S100 1.1 Crankset for a inexpensive price. I need to know will this mate up to the GXP BB????

    Here is a link to the Crankset

    http://www.sram.com/sram/road/products/s100-11-crankset

    And the GXP BB
    http://www.sram.com/truvativ/products/truvativ-gxp-bb
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    that 1.1 crank uses a powerspline bb. you need a crank with a gxp spindle

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    I've got one of those cranksets, just uses the standard external GXP bottom bracket.

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    Eh? That's a 3-piece crankset, unless I'm mistaken.

    How does it use the GXP BB?

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    My bad, I've got the s300 that uses The GXP BB. This is one appears different.

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