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    GT cranks

    Was wondering what it would take to put a pair of GT bmx cranks on a GT LTS Thermoplastic, in other words, what kind of bottom bracket?

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    You need a euro bottom bracket for bmx cranks. I don't know if you have the steel or aluminum GT cranks, but I'm pretty sure that the steel cranks use a 19mm spindle, I have no idea what the aluminum cranks used. FSA and Profile make euro bb's for 19mm spindles, other companies make them for other sizes. Prices range from $35 to around $80. www.danscomp.com has the widest selection online.

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    Off the subject...

    Scary!
    I had one of those Thermoplastic LTS frames. It broke at the headtube, causing 9 stiches above right eye and a broken wrist. They changed the design of them soon after.

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