Just installed a new Wheels Mfg BB86 to replace a crappy pressfit SRAM version. I've had used them previously, but now the BB actually is threaded and screws into itself.
Way better than the press fit I had which I used loctite to secure it and deal with creaking.
I just had someone hold the frame securely while in the mech stand, and I hammer the crap out of the old one, first side with a screw driver, it popped out finally. Then used a socket/extension to get it flush against the other side still in the frame loctited in. Popped with with a few good whacks. No heating, and the old BB came right out. Just used some sand paper lightly to get it nice/smooth. Then greased the frame/bearing, used 1 wrench to install it. Once one side was secured and against the frame, I just screwed the other side with the wrench, and the other side never ever budged/turned at all, torqued it within reason, perfect. Smart design and resolves the creaking issue I would assume since the threaded connection keeps it secure in the BB.
For $99 for the angular steel contact bearings, really nice and smart design. For double you can get the ceramic version. Highly recommend it.http://wheelsmfg.com/bottom-brackets/bb ... ckets.html