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SRAM GXP Team External Bottom Bracket

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Product Description

This bottom bracket will keep pedals insulated and turning smoothly. SRAM uses gutter seal technology that vastly improves sealing against the elements while reducing seal drag. The GXP system uses two bicycle-specific cartridge bearings and eight seals for a smooth and long lasting ride.

  • A new standard in external bearing performance!
  • Gutter Seal Technology Improved tool engagement
  • Sealed cartridge bearings
  • English or Italian threads

SRAM GXP Team External Bottom Bracket Reviews

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Overall Rating:
2.1
out of 5
2.11
Build Quality
2.17
Performance
2
Value For Money
2.50

Customer Reviews (3)

2
Failed after 3 rides!

I appreciate this is a basic level BB, but it should still work. Installed on my Whyte T130s and after 3 weeks riding its falling to pieces. I've only ridden the bike maybe 4 times in that time as I have other bikes... What a waste of money! Calling Tredz for replacement today

I appreciate this is a basic level BB, but it should still work. Installed on my Whyte T130s and after 3 weeks riding its falling to pieces. I've only ridden the bike maybe 4 times in that time as I have other bikes... What a waste of money! Calling Tredz for replacement today

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1.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 3/5
Performance: 1.5/5
Value For Money: 0.5/5
2
Bad

Had this 2 weeks rode it twice not even hard and it’s broke

Had this 2 weeks rode it twice not even hard and it’s broke

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1.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 1/5
Performance: 0.5/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5
3
Good product

Decent enough for the price. My last one has lasted around two years. That is riding at least 100 miles and week and winter riding.

Decent enough for the price. My last one has lasted around two years. That is riding at least 100 miles and week and winter riding.

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3 out of 5
Build Quality: 2.5/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5

Bottom Brackets Guide

What is a bottom bracket?

A bottom bracket is the bearings that the crank axle passes through, keeping the cranks turning smoothly.

Who needs a bottom bracket?

Every bike has a bottom bracket, so if your bike is creaking or feels stiff or notchy as you turn the pedals, your bottom bracket might be worn out and need replacing.

What are the choices?

It’s not so much a choice as a matter of compatibility. You need to establish whether your bottom bracket is press-fit or threaded and what size. Then you need to make sure it is compatible with your crankset. If it’s worn out, replacing like for like is often the easiest thing to do.

What should I buy with it?

You need some specialist tools both to fit and remove bottom brackets and to remove the cranks to get at it.

Anything else?

If you’re fitting a bottom bracket into a brand new frame, your frame will need some preparation first. Bottom bracket shell facing tools can be very costly, so you might need to bring it into a bike workshop to get this done.

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