lirek15 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 3:19 pmI bought them off their site directly. Ebay was also out of stock when i was looking for mine.3Pio wrote: ↑Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:25 pmThanks.. I tried to find Wishbone BB for Campy Ultra Torque and BB30A, but seem is out of stock on ebay.. Can u please provide me the link where did u bought urs?lirek15 wrote: ↑Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:14 pmI’ve had mine for about 10k km now.3Pio wrote:
Thanks.. For ur reply.. How long u have Wishbone BB?
I noticed that CAAD12 can be perfect geometry for me (as i can see between Colnago 50S i have now and 48S which is on the smaller side for me), and also not expensive and lightweight..
So started to think if can work as a winter bike (which mean rain, not so good weather).. And then i found out BB problems with Cannondale..
So How long u have Wishbone BB? And for removing/installing.. Do u need some special tools, or everything is provided with the purchase of BB?
No special tools needed. Same tool as you would use for a campagnolo BSA BB.
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Is it BB3025C 68mm for Campy ULTRA TORQUE-BK model?
Just send them an email from their site contact info. Shipping to Canada took 3 days.
Thanks.. I send an e-mail to Wishbone on their site yesterday, but still no reply.. But anyway probably will try first Campagnolo cups, so will see how it will work...
Calnago wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 4:22 pmYeah, the primer is for use with inactive substrates like titanium and carbon. I’ve tried threadlocker on ti bolts before without the primer and it doesn’t work nearly as well as with. In fact on removal it was more of a goo than dried and cured. But really, in your case I’d just use a bit of the AquaProof Paste, which you already have, after cleaning up the surfaces like you mention. Ive been really happy with just using that, and reserve the retaining compound for the “problem” children.
Thanks Cal... I'll go first Campy BB30A cups and just Morgan Blue AquaProofPaste.. Another reason why i'll go this way, is because could not find single experience using this cups and Campy Ultra Torque on the net, so willing to experiment and share my experience...
Now another dilemma.. Should i build this frame as budget bike (Centaur/Potenza), or maybe go a bit higher end like Chorus/Record? Still dont have idea if this frameset deserve to be build as bike which is more toward HighEnd, or this will definetely be my budget bike.. Probably i'll wait few days until frameset arrive, and will decide based on actual weight/quality of the frameset... In any way the wheels will be Shamal Ultra or Bora One (35/50), which will switch between bikes..
Thanks for ur explanation.. I wont work in cold (more in 20-25 C temperature), so seem that i have option....joejack951 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 3:50 pmLoctite 7471 is another option so long as you are not working in extreme cold (<5°C). You don't absolutely need the primer as the gaps should be plenty small but you will get slightly better adhesion to any anodized aluminum in the mix (Campy cups are anodized).3Pio wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:38 amWhile waiting for the frameset, i tried to find out out Loctite 7649 and 609. I sourced 609 easy and cheap, but seem that 7649 not available easy or cheap. I never used Loctite/Primer on BB, so that why im asking.. Is it absolutely needed to use 7649 primer, or i can use just 609 with detailed cleaning of BB cups and BB area in the frame with some Acetone or Isopropyl Alcohol?
http://www.loctite.co.uk/loctite-4087.h ... 2628534273