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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:00 am 
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Putting a Specialized Fact carbon crank on a BBright frame - is this possible? My guess is not, but I have searched and not found a verification. Perhaps it could be done with a Lightning BBright bottom bracket? FWIW I'm looking at different SRM possibilities for a BBright frame.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:38 pm 
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You cannot. The SWorks crank spindle is only 68mm long, and symmetric. The bbright frame is 79mm wide and asymmetric.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:22 pm 
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as above - spindle is part of the crank arm, so there is no reasonable way to utilize a longer spindle to bridge the difference. Crank arms are also dished, which if mated to an appropriate length spindle, would result in a Q factor of 165mm+


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Would a 10mm hirth extension work in this case?

It would essentially move the nds crank arm out. I understand the difference is 11mm, not 10mm, however 10mm extensions are available via experimental's shop.

Anyone else have success in applying an Sworks crank (BB30) into a BBright shell?

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prendrefeu wrote:
Would a 10mm hirth extension work in this case?

It would essentially move the nds crank arm out. I understand the difference is 11mm, not 10mm, however 10mm extensions are available via experimental's shop.

Anyone else have success in applying an Sworks crank (BB30) into a BBright shell?



The sworks cranks taper inwards so you can't put the extension on.

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Taper? Yes. Looks fine with an extension here though, and extensions are being used successfully out in the field.

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