Shimano Dura Ace FC7710 Track Bottom Bracket

Shimano Dura Ace FC7710 Track Bottom Bracket
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Shimano Dura Ace Track Bottom Bracket is a precision engineered Dura-Ace 7710 Bottom bracket for the Track Octalink splined system. With it's splined interface provides a more rigid crank assembly compared to tapered counterparts. The compound bearing structure - ball and needle bearings support the spindle to reduce flex.

Cartridge design is easy to install, and comes without seals to minimise resistance, perfect for Track Cycling.

Fitting Tool (Required/Not Included) - Velodrome Shop ISIS Bottom Bracket Tool
Fitting Tool (Required/Not Included) - Track Cycling Lock Ring Remover
Shell Type: BSA (English) or ITA (Italian)
Spline Type: Shimano
Axle Type: Octalink
Axle Width: 109mm
Weight: 173g



You will require the following tools to install this product on your frame

•  Shimano Bottom Bracket Tool

• Anti-Seize Compound - Weldtite TF2 Lithium Grease or Park Tools ASC-1 - Anti-Seize Compound

• Lubricant - Weldtite TF2 Teflon Grease or Park Tools HPG-1 - High Performance Grease

Here is a video from the Global Cycling Network showing the process of installing a Square Taper Bottom Bracket and Chainset on a Track Frame, please note the video shows a Campagnolo Chainset as an example however the process is the same for all Square Taper Bottom Brackets and Chainsets. The video also shows a “dry-fit” with no grease or lubrication, you would obviously need to grease and lubricate all parts.

The following video is an excellent video from Park Tools showing the process of installing a Square Taper, ISIS and Octalink Bottom Brackets and Chainsets on a Road Frame. The processes shown are identical to those used on a Track Frame so the video is a very useful guide. Park Tools are listed here on our website