"BB30" To "HT2" Converter Bottom Bracket or Praxis Works [url=http://praxiscycles.com/pages/conversion]Conversion bottom bracket should do the trick.
What would work is a bb30 converter Which will take a Bsa Octalink bracket, something like that probably exists but i dont know of any.
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1. You need an insert that will take threaded cups, so don't buy the kind with integrated bearings for 24mm spindles.
The good ones are press fit and hard to remove.
2. Once you've done that, you'll need to make sure your octalink BB will fit into the adapted shell.
3. You need to make sure you have spacing and clearance for the power meter. The SRM power meter plate has a differnt profile than most cranks, and will not fit on some frames. Check first!
Good luck and post your results.
To fit a traditional BSA BB into the frame you'll need a PF30 to BSA converter, generally these consist of a cup pressed into each side of the frame. The cups are threaded internally. The SRAM one is the most common http://www.artscyclery.com/Sram_Truvativ_PF30_-_BSA_Bottom_Bracket_Adapter/descpage-SRPF30BSAES.html-it's intended for external BBs so YMMV.
"PF30" being more appropriate for Weight Weenies as it's fewer letters and therefore lighter.
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