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Shimano
Ultegra BBR60 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket

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Shimano Ultegra BBR60 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket

The Shimano Ultegra 6800 bottom bracket has been reduced in size, and shaves 14g off of the 6700 version. Friction is also reduced by 50%.
  • Compatible with all Shimano Hollowtech II road cranks
  • New sealing system reduced drag by 50%
  • Available in English or Italian thread
  • 77grams
  • TL-FC25 Installation adaptor included
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Shimano Ultegra BBR60 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket

asked by: A Visitor
the bottom bracket width is different between trips and doubles. 118 vs. 109?
answered by: canteau
On older square taper, ISIS and Octalink bottom brackets yes, Hollowtech II bottom brackets do not have a spindle, which is what that measurement is.

On a Hollowtech II bottom bracket the spindle is integrated into the crank and is not adjusted by the bottom bracket like it was on older cranks.
asked by: A Visitor
will this work converting bbr60 triple to double crankset?
answered by: canteau
Unlike older Octalink or square tapers cranks, double and triple Hollowtech 2 cranks use the same bottom bracket.

Due to differences in chainline, you will get best results using a double specific crank.
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Review of the Shimano Ultegra BBR60 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket:
I bought this excellent Shimano BB after struggling to find replacement cup bearings for the FSA MegaExo BB I use with my *24mm* spindle FSA Gossamer crank. FSA prefers to sell you a whole new BB when their crappy bearings fail and Phil Wood doesn't sell a 24mm ID replacement bearing from what I could find...And my experience w/Enduro bearings has not been good, so that was not an option.

After lots of frustrating research, a rando tip on a bike forum led me to Shimano's BBR60 as a potential drop-in replacement. No surprise, it was a perfect fit, is better made, lighter, cheaper and WAY more durable than the FSA BB it replaces. Note it comes in 2 sizes: 70mm and 68mm (24 x 1.37T: the one I needed), so check your frame carefully.

Another pro tip: most (all?) other thread-on, external-bearing FSA cranks (e.g., SL-K) use the beefier 25mm spindles. This Shimano SM-BBR60 will not work for those applications, but Phil Wood does sell nice drop-in replacement bearings if you wanna keep you 25mm cups, shims, etc.

Hopefully this tip will save others time and frustration!

Summed up: Another bullet-proof Shimano product and drop-in replacement BB for FSA 24mm-spindled cranks

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Good Quality, Durable

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specs for the

Shimano Ultegra BBR60 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket

Spindle Length (mm):  
No Spindle
Spindle Interface Type:  
Hollowtech II
Bottom Bracket Shell Width:  
68mm
Bottom Bracket/Frame Interface:  
English, Italian
 

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