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Ti Parts Workshop Sealed Titanium Bottom Bracket w/ Japanese Bearings - 118.5 mm - Black

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Suitable for use with Brompton Bikes. Can be used in place of Brompton BB Cartridge JIS for Spider Crankset - 119mm (Brompton Part # 9044016 / QBBCART-119-JIS).

Make your Brompton lighter with Ti Parts Workshop titanium components. This Titanium Bottom Bracket saves approximately 103.2g over the original Brompton component.

CNC Produced from Ti-6AL-4V

Weight:
- Original Brompton Component: 249g
- Ti Parts Workshop Component: 145.8g
- Weight Saving: 103.2g

Requires a Fag specific bottom bracket removal tool. (Park Tool's is SJSC part #839)
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Product Reviews (1)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Great product and great service...just one thing I wish I had switched on to...
By
01 Jan 2019
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsThe need to change to the JIS spider chainwheel may lose some people the weight savings
ProsQuality product and easy to fit if one has the right tools and attention to cleaning frame threads
A really good quality product, easy to fit with some attention to cleaning old threads thoroughly and using the right tools, and a joyously welcome bottom bracket weight saving of 105g. But.....and I offer this only so that others don't miss a detail that may be significant....my Brompton is 2010 so I needed to change the chainwheel from the original ISO compatible 50T fixed chainwheel to the new JIS compatible spider chainwheel. The new one is 430g. My old one was 342g. There goes the weight saving. Heigh ho. Should be good for the next ten years though so all is well.
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Does this fit perfectly into the frame?
By
18 Dec 2018
Hi, I had this installed into a shop and while it is straight on one side, the other side goes from straight into a gap, so it is misaligned - have you ever experienced this with these brackets, or is it safe to assume it hasn't been installed correctly?

Many thanks
Yes we have fitted many. It is likely the frame needs facing.

Thanks - 18/12/18