Phil Wood Bottom Bracket Cartridge

Phil Wood Bottom Bracket Cartridge
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Description

Phil Wood Bottom Bracket Cartridge, Phil Wood & Co. manufactures square taper bottom brackets for nearly all square taper cranks.

The spindles are made out of either US produced heat-treated stainless steel as either a plain spindle (for use with press-fit style bottom bracket shells) or assembled in a cartridge with bearings.

Our cups (also known as mounting rings) are sold separately from the bottom brackets and are available in all the threadings (British, Italian and French).

Extended cups with a left-hand lock ring are available in British threading for use with E-Type derailleurs or to hold a bracket to mount a chain guard.

Our heat-treated stainless steel spindle bottom bracket is offered with an aluminum alloy cartridge and our PWN93 Carbonyte bearings. It is offered for maximum durability and minimum flex.

Material: Stainless Steel
Shell Type (Required): BSA (English), Italian, French
Spline Type (Required/Not Included): Phil Wood
Axle Type: Square Taper JIS or ISO - Select via menu
Axle Material: Stainless Steel
Bearings:  PWN93 Carbonyte
Axle Width: 102mm, 108mm, 111mm (ISO) or 104mm, 111mm, 113mm, 116mm, 119mm (JIS)
Weight: 192g

 

Installation

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

• Phil Wood Bottom Bracket Tool Phil Wood Bottom Bracket Tool

• Anti-Seize Compound - Weldtite TF2 Lithium Grease

• Lubricant - Weldtite TF2 Teflon 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.