Wheels Manufacturing 386EVO Thread Together Bottom Bracket with Angular Contact Bearings for 22/24mm SRAM GXP Spindles

Color: Black
Size: One Size
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Providing smooth, long-lasting operation with your bike's drivetrain, this Wheels Manufacturing 386EVO Thread Together bottom bracket has an angular bearing on the drive side, radial on the other.


  • Compatible with BB386EVO and BB392EVO bottom bracket/frame interface and 22/24 mm SRAM/Truvativ GXP crank spindles
  • Fits frames with 86 to 92 mm shell widths; 46 mm shell internal diameter
  • Machined aluminum cups thread together for stability, increased bearing life and simpler installation/maintenance
  • Thread together design also prevents creaking
  • Enduro Angular Contact sealed, grade 5 ball bearings on the drive side; ABEC-3 sealed grade 10 chromium-steel ball bearings on the non-drive side
  • 52100 high-carbon chromium alloy races are extremely tough and durable for a long life
  • Compatible with most Quarq DZero power-meter spiders with GXP spindles, except Eagle MTB
  • Not compatible with the following Quarq, SRAM/GXP cranksets: Elsa, Riken, SRAM Red 22, SRAM S975, SRAM S2275, CinQo Saturn or Saturn2
  • Quarq spiders with an internal diameter less than 49.5 mm may rub on the cup

Made in USA.

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Technical Specs

Best Use


Bottom Bracket Installation

Thread Together

Bottom Bracket Standard


Spindle Interface

No Spindle

Fits Shell Width

86-92 millimeters

Spindle Diameter

22/24 millimeters


145 grams

Bearing Material

Stainless Steel


Aluminum cups; drive side: Enduro Angular Contact bearings; non-drive side: Enduro ABEC-3 bearings

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