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The Chris King T47 Bottom Bracket is a silky smooth, long-lasting bottom bracket built around their angular contact bearings that wear in instead of out. ThreadFit&trade T47 provides the security and reliability of a threaded bottom bracket with the stiffness and power transfer gains of a PressFit 30 bottom bracket shell.
T47 BBs are built around King's legendary, angular-contact bearings. These are the best bearings in the industry, and actually get faster over time, as their contact surfaces wear.
The T47 is available in four variants and will fit 30mm, 24mm and 24mm stepped spindles.
- Engineered, manufactured and assembled in Portland, Oregon USA
- King Lifetime Warranty
- Legendary made-in-house bearings
- Fit Kit is required for use and included
- 24i fits 86mm and 92mm shell widths with 24mm spindles
- 24x fits 68mm and 73mm shell widths with 24mm spindles
- 30i will fit 68mm, 73mm, 83mm, 86mm, and 92mm shell widths with 30mm spindles
- 30x fits 68mm and 73mm shell widths with 30mm spindles
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A guide to bottom bracket standards.