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I believe e.13, rotor, and Zipp all make ones that should work.
http://www.rotorbikeusa.com/products/bs ... acket.html
http://www.wiggle.com/ethirteen-xc-exte ... m-bracket/
I was thinking the same, either Zipp/eThirteen-Hive/WheelsMfg press fit 30 cups (PF30).
But I was wondering about spindle length of the crankset?
Don't know if BB30 cranksets have a longer spindle since they are designed for BB30 frames.
I guess I may have to shim the cups before installing the crankarms but that messes up the Q-factor
Right idea or am I totally off?
xc71 wrote:This will not work on 73mm BB, only 68m BB. I had to remove all 3 of the 2.5mm spacers, so the cups go against the frame. The only external spacer I used was the wave washer that comes with the cranks on the non drive side - this worked perfect. From my XTR 970 cranks this set up gave me a narrower Q-Factor and 2mm less chain line, whiched I wanted as I'm running 2x9.
My Hive cups are 95 grams. I just saw Clav. has threaded cups for a 68mm BB and 30mm axle that are 72 grams & I'm 95% sure these would work on my set up.Probably try these when I need new BB bearings.
This post from the thread you linked sums it up pretty well.
That original layout still had a couple spacers occupying spindle real estate. You basically need 86mm to do it... It's probably doable, but it may be cutting it close.
let us know how it turns out.
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