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Old 05-12-17, 07:49 AM
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Sugino bb3 for Dura Ace 7410

Hi,
I just bought a nos Dura Ace 7410 crankset which specifies a 103mm bb. Would a Sugino bb3 work?
Thanks!
Jon
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That bottom bracket has a 103 mm JIS spindle, so I believe it should work.

The Tange LN-3922 is another bottom bracket available with a 103 mm spindle if you want other options:
Tange Square Taper Bottom Bracket 68x103mm - Ben's Cycle
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Originally Posted by SkyDog75 View Post
That bottom bracket has a 103 mm JIS spindle, so I believe it should work.

The Tange LN-3922 is another bottom bracket available with a 103 mm spindle if you want other options:
Tange Square Taper Bottom Bracket 68x103mm - Ben's Cycle
Thanks, do you think one is better than the other?
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Originally Posted by byrd48 View Post
Thanks, do you think one is better than the other?
No idea on the Sugino.

I have the Tange on my fixed gear (might be a slightly different spindle length) and it is top notch. Smooth and very well made.
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Would these use the same bb tool as the Shimano un55 do you know?
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Would these use the same bb tool as the Shimano un55 do you know?
Yes.
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