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Shimano XTR SM-BB93 Bottom Bracket

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    Stands for top-of-the-line.

    In the world of Shimano, the letters XTR stand for the best of the best. The English-threaded M-BB93 bottom Bracket is exactly that. It’s tough, extremely lightweight, and sealed to keep out dirt in the worst riding conditions imaginable. The M-BB93 fits 24mm crank spindles and is compatible with both 68mm and 73mm bottom bracket shells.

    • Tough, lightweight
    • Fits 24mm spindles
    • Compatible with 68mm and 73mm BB shells
    • Item #SHI000Z

    Tech Specs

    aluminum, steel
    Shell Width
    68 mm 73 mm
    Axle Type
    Recommended Use

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    Smaller cups than XT

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Don't freak out when this arrives thinking it's the wrong size. The cups are much smaller and it comes with an adapter for your normal BB tool for installation. It just covers the BB opening in the frame.

    Will this work on my 2015 Santa Cruz Bronson (aluminum)? I will be upgrading my crankset to a Shimano XT 8000, 30T, 170mm crankarm.

    Does it comes with the TL-FC32 tool?

    Thanks, Rico! I'm looking for the most...

    Thanks, Rico!

    I'm looking for the most durable bottom bracket for my bike, which has the Shimano M542 crankset. Are there more reliable (better) bottom brackets that you would recommend?

    Well it depends on the money you want to spend, I would say the Chris King is the most reliable BB we stock at this point. I have put those on a lot of endure and DH bikes with no problems. I have seen the SRAM BB's blow out on Enduro and DH bikes from very avid endure DH riders.

    You have to consider how many times you have broken your BB if you break it a lot it will even out because you will be buying it twice as much. Spending more now could save in the long run.

    I hope this answers your question if you want to talk more about it email me directly at

    Will this fit a Shimano M542 crankset?

    Will this fit a Shimano M542 crankset?