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Old 04-10-06, 08:28 AM   #1
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where to find...

bottom bracket sizes? is there a source on line, or should i just go to my local shop and ask them?


FWIW, it's a later model haro v4 mtn frame.


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Old 04-10-06, 08:31 AM   #2
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Send an email to Haro or go to the local bikeshop.
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If it has a bb in it, just pull it out and it should have the size printed on it.
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The manufacturer of the frame will be able to tell you if it is a 68 or a 73 shell. The size of the spindle will depend on what crank you are using. If you are just wanting to replace the original bb then the manfacturer can probably tell you both. However if you are changing cranks then you need to see what the new crank was designed to be used with.
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it's a bare frame i bought off of evil bay. nothing but a frame, some paint and a couple of stickers.


i dug around the haro website, but didn't see anywhere to send bike-specification-related questions to.


will take it to the local shop, let them tell me.
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it's a bare frame i bought off of evil bay. nothing but a frame, some paint and a couple of stickers.


i dug around the haro website, but didn't see anywhere to send bike-specification-related questions to.


will take it to the local shop, let them tell me.
Or you could measure it yourself...
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