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Shimano Deore XT M8000 Bottom Bracket - 68mm BSA
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The Shimano Deore XT M8000 bottom bracket has been updated with a new bearing and seal design. The new design features smaller ball bearings for less friction and better rotation, resulting in more efficiency. Improved seals keep mud and dirt out for a longer wear life, and longer intervals between servicing.Features: Small ball bearings for better rotation Better sealing keeps the elements out
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Used the previous generation BB72 and it worked fine for a year and a half. I decided to replace it as a maintenance regimen.
I have a 73mm BB shell and used one spacer on the drive side for proper Q-Factor (distance between both pedals horizontally). If you have a 68mm shell use two on the drive side and one on the non-drive side.
Will update if any problems ensue.
Typical (good) quality Shimano XT bracket. I've used these for years and buy a new one about every year. I'm sure they'd last longer, but given the extremely low cost I simply replace them (and usually sell off the old one for about $10) when I do my yearly refresh of cable outer shells and other consumables on my mountain bike. Absolutely no complaints as I've never had one of these even come close to failing.
The only thing that I'd like to see .... the outer shell in "colors" just for some bling. Of course, I doubt they'd be so cheap then, so maybe that isn't such a great idea ....