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    Info for the new M35 / PF30 Cranksets

    For those that have questions about the new cranks and bottom brackets on the new MC models.
    The bikes will be using standard PF 30 bottom bracket shells.
    Therefor any standard PF 30 crankset will work, so a replacement for the stock crank will not be a problem.
    This is becoming a industry standard.
    For those that have a favorite X-Type or Shimano Hollow Tech setup, Praxis Works will be offering adapters, to fit X-Type and Shimano Hollow Tech to PF 30 bottom brackets.
    If I remember correctly, Sram will also be offering adapters along those same lines.

    Eric.
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    Right on!
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    Hey guys...
    If you go to our praxis-works site, you can read all about the PF30/BB30 Conversion Kit we're about to launch. We designed it in a cartridge style to keep the bearings concentric at all times so it can't wiggle, creap, or fall out like other current conversion kits currently in the market. It's really a slick little BB to help those customers with either a PF30 or BB30 frame to install a Shimano 24mm style (hollow tech) crank. It will also work for some of the FSA and RaceFace 24mm spindle cranks too.

    We're shooting to have them avail this month for aftermarket and OEM. So keep an eye on the Praxis FB or our website for an update.

    Thanks
    -Praxis

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    Thanks for the update, very cool.
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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