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Shimano XTR BB94 Bottom Bracket


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    A go-to bracket for Shimano cranks.

    Simple, reliable, and smooth, Shimano's XTR BB94 Bottom Bracket presses easily into your frame to give you long-lasting and nearly friction-free pedaling. The stainless steel bearings, composite body, and composite cups are designed to work with Shimano HollowTech II cranks, and the threadless nature of the bracket makes installation a breeze. A small plastic O-ring keeps dirt, water, and debris sealed out, too, so you can put away the miles without worrying about conditions.

    • Composite body
    • Stainless steel bearings
    • Composite cups
    • 91.5mm shell width
    • 89.5 shell width with spacer
    • 41mm internal diameter
    • Item #SHI0461

    Tech Specs

    [body] composite, [bearings] stainless steel
    Shell Type
    Shell Width
    91.5 mm, [with spacer] 89.5 mm
    Axle Type
    Shimano Hollowtech II
    Claimed Weight
    58 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is the bottom bracket you need to pair your Shimano crank to your press fit bb. Super easy to install and the bearings held up for over a year before they started feeling gritty after riding in variable conditions.

    Simple and Effective

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The PF BB92 bottom bracket is intended for mountain bikes (compared to the PF BB86 made for road bikes). It's super easy to install since it's a press fit. The bearings quality is good, longevity dependent on riding conditions. Wet or sandy conditions will result in shorter bearing life.

    Some things to consider: If you're installing in a carbon frame you might want to use carbon specific grease. It will reduce noise found later on down the trail.

    Be particularly careful with the inner races during the install, they crack easily if misaligned in your press or if you decide to take action with a hammer.

    Pay attention to the instructions regarding how to orient any spacers, your bike design and front derailleur type impact the BB spacing.