• SRAM - GXP BB86 Bottom Bracket - One Color
  • SRAM - GXP BB86 Bottom Bracket - One Color
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SRAM GXP BB86 Bottom Bracket

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$29.75 $35.00

Item #SRM0362

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Tech Specs

Material:
[cups] nylon, [bearings] stainless steel
Claimed Weight:
90 g
Recommended Use:
getting SRAM and TruVativ cranks to fit on certain frames
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Smooth sailing.

Keep your crank arms turning smoothly with the SRAM GXP BB86 Bottom Bracket. With two sets of steel bearing housed in nylon cups, this bottom bracket presses neatly into a BB86 bottom bracket shell for friction-free crank turns.

  • Nylon cups
  • Stainless steel bearings
  • Compatible with BB86 road bottom bracket shells

Only if you are in a pinch

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used this in a new build and it was a bad idea, sure it works fine as long as you never get it wet, I only had about 2000 miles on it and very early rode in rain or used water directly on this road bike yet the bearings completely rusted till if seized up. Plastic..cups no thanks. Get wheels Manufacturing that threads together, a massive imporovment. I use https://wheelsmfg.com/bottom-brackets/bb86-92/bb86-92-outboard-abec-3-bb-for-24-22mm-sram-cranks-black.html

Bad NDS bearing.

    I.D. of NDS bearing measures almost 22.2mm leaving a sloppy fit and play in the cranks when assembled. A search reveals this is a somewhat common issue. Had no choice but to cobble something together for a race this weekend. Fortunately the DS bearing is good, which is what I truly needed.

    It spins

      Not much to say, its a bottom bracket. Replace every season or so and you have a fresh bike!

      Works as intended, gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought a BMC Teammachine frame that takes a shimano BB86 bottom bracket but I wanted to run my SRAM Red GXP crank on it and this got the job done. Pressfit BB86 shell converts to SRAM/Truvativ GXP.

      Gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Unless you are riding TT or at an elite level where every watt counts, no need to run ceramic. This will get the job done!

      best there is

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      running sram or truvative, this is the way to go.

      **the photo isn't correct as it shows a bb30. this is truly a press fit gxp bb86(shell width)

      Great BB

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I purchased this BB to change my FSA crank to a Sram Red crank. This is exactly what you need if you have a BB86 frame and want to install a Sram/GXP 24mm spindled crank.

      Installation was a breeze. I used a 32mm socket to tap the bearing cups in to place. Went in good and true and with ease. A quick note on installation: The spindle on the Sram crank is tapered. The drive side is the larger end of the spindle. The bearing cups are sized with the drive side having a larger ID than the non drive side. Therefore, make sure you install the right bearing on the right side.

      Bearings roll well! No problems for me with this BB.