Campy UT cups

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
darnellrm
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by darnellrm

acetonehk wrote:Personally I prefer the unoriginal screw design, like the Praxis
https://www.praxiscycles.com/conversion-bb/
The screw fixation is more reliable to the glue I think.


SO what stops movement on the non-threaded side of the BB?

tadrums
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by tadrums

Thx but Praxis doesn't offer a BB compat w/Canyon SLX BB86.


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acetonehk
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by acetonehk

tadrums wrote:Thx but Praxis doesn't offer a BB compat w/Canyon SLX BB86.


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Wishbone has
http://www.wishbonetw.com/product-1.php?id=14
I bought one Wishbone BB for BBright on ebay, about 100 usd

acetonehk
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by acetonehk

darnellrm wrote:SO what stops movement on the non-threaded side of the BB?

The flanges of BB will clamp the external edges of the carbon tube on both sides.

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Calnago
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by Calnago

acetonehk wrote:
darnellrm wrote:SO what stops movement on the non-threaded side of the BB?

The flanges of BB will clamp the external edges of the carbon tube on both sides.

The non-drive side is simply a pressfit which needs a press to insert, whereas the drive side uses the expanding collet to press against the shell.
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