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FS: Exotic Square Taper BBs - Titanium World Class and Erikson plus a Chorus

Old 05-21-20, 10:26 AM
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FS: Exotic Square Taper BBs - Titanium World Class and Erikson plus a Chorus

Some niche items up for grabs here lol. I have somehow accumulated far too many high-zoot square taper bottom brackets and need thin some out...

All are English threaded and 103mm length except the Erikson which is 110mm

-From Top to Bottom

- World Class titanium. Good used condition, bearing are a little tight, but it may just be from sitting. Some light wear to the splines on one side. 158g $40 shipped

- World Class titanium. Excellent and buttery smooth. 160g $55 shipped

- Erikson bottom bracket with hollow spindle. These are super weight weenie unobtanium, best for lighter riders and/or road only rides. Excellent condition with some wear to splines, but perfectly useable with very smooth bearings. 126g (!) $65 shipped

- Campagnolo Chorus square taper BB. Insanely smooth and near new condition overall. $32 shipped

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Whoa! Prelim dibs on the Erikson! I have to measure the existing spindle on my Vitus 979 to make sure it's going to work though.
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Whoa! Prelim dibs on the Erikson! I have to measure the existing spindle on my Vitus 979 to make sure it's going to work though.
Sounds good, you are first in line, so let me know!
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I'll take it. This will cut the weight another 100g or more, and also increase the fragility of the bike, both of which are goals!

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