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OwenJames
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by OwenJames

Hey

So, I want to get a complete set of tools in order to service or replace the BB on my Evo.

I have the SiSL2 cranks and BB set installed.

So, what would I need to extract, and re-install the cranks and BB, tool wise?

I was thinking-

-Extracter
-something to get the bearings and cups out
-something to get them back in straight!

Any ideas, knowledge, or suggestions for what I need to buy, and what I should look out for?

Thanks in advance.

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rijndael
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by rijndael

I use a Park Bearing Press (HHP-3) and BBT-30.3 removal tool.
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-hel ... nd-removal

OwenJames
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by OwenJames

And these work ok on BB30 (or whatever it is they are calling what I have installed in my frame)

rijndael
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by rijndael

Yes, I used them on my EVO's bearings. I haven't removed the cups yet, there's another tool for that - but I can't recall the part number.

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by rijndael

rijndael wrote:I haven't removed the cups yet, there's another tool for that - but I can't recall the part number.

http://www.parktool.com/product/head-cup-remover-rt-1

OwenJames
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by OwenJames

Thanks, will check it all out. Any issue getting the bb in straight, or did it go in ok?

rijndael
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by rijndael

My cups were reamed by the shop when doing the initial build. I just removed the bearings and reinstalled them, it was simple and painless.

OwenJames
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by OwenJames

Reamed? The Evo has a carbon BB shell. What BB did you install?

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by rijndael

The BB shell is carbon, but the pre-installed PF30 cups are aluminum. I don't know what tool they, but Park sells one.

I'm using Hawk Racing bearings.

OwenJames
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by OwenJames

Ah, so you bought the Evo as a frame, which had empty PF30 cups in it?

rijndael
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by rijndael

I got the frame through their frame upgrade program. I traded in a CAAD9.

Yes, it came with empty cups pre-installed.

OwenJames
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by OwenJames

OK. Mine has the sisl2 bb installed. I doubt the bearings will come out without the cups, so I will be pressing the cups in myself. What cranks are you using?

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by ms6073

rijndael wrote:The BB shell is carbon, but the pre-installed PF30 cups are aluminum.
Unless Cannondale has made a change, the PF30 bottom bracket cups have typically been made from Delrin (SRAM) where as the alloy bearing cups were usually spec'd for when installing an SRM Hollowgram powermeter.
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by rijndael

ms6073 wrote:Unless Cannondale has made a change, the PF30 bottom bracket cups have typically been made from Delrin

Here is my 2013 EVO's BB, post reaming, with the cups Cannondale supplied.

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