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BBright + Ultegra 6700 = ?

Old 08-03-11, 01:02 PM
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BBright + Ultegra 6700 = ?

I've got an Ultegra 6700 group, and like the crankset, so I'm inclined to keep it. On the other hand, I'm ready to upgrade my frame, and think I've settled on a BBright bike. I have to run a crank adapter, which comes with the frameset.

Who's doing this now? What can I expect? Anything at all to be concerned about or aware of, before I commit to the new frame?

If I were to get the bike outfitted with Ultegra, it would come with an FSA crank .
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I'm sure someone is using this setup...?
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I hope you get an answer. The BBright/crankset (in)compatibility is turning into a GIANT Charlie Foxtrot for me...
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