Re: [CR]Need an Ita BB for NR/SR cranks


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From: "Diane Feldman" <feldmanbike@home.com>
To: <Doland.Cheung@sce.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <OF86021D15.C82627DC-ON88256A46.006C529E@sce.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Need an Ita BB for NR/SR cranks
Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 15:43:22 -0700


Two good alternatives are Phil Wood cartridges and Sugino Mighty bb's. Campy NR/SR cranks have a different taper and thus need a different spindle from Japanese and newer Campagnolo product. In your area, Montrose Bike Shop would be a good store to go to for the Sugino bracket--the family that owns it also owns a wholesale company known for supplying older and out-of-production parts. Almost any bike store can order Phil Wood products.

David Feldman


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Subject: [CR]Need an Ita BB for NR/SR cranks



> Hello all,
>
> Can anybody tell me what makes for a good substitute for an Ita NR/SR
> bottom bracket? Currently plan is to run a pair of SR cranks on a '94 Masi
> 3V, and I need a bottom bracket for it. I figure the current triple
> cartridge bb would work, but I'm concerned about the Q factor.
>
> Do I need the offset to:
>
> a) clear the lip if I plan on using an SR front derail?
>
> b) what if i use a later model 8-9 sp front derail?
>
> Any help would be great.
>
> Doland