Hambini Racing T47-68 Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB

(3 customer reviews)

£291.00 (£349.20 UK Customers)

This bottom bracket is designed to interface a SRAM DUB 28.99mm (29.00mm) Crankset with a bike frame that uses a T47 Bottom Bracket (68mm wide). This is often called threadfit.

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SKU: T47-68-DUB Category:

Description

This bottom bracket is designed to interface a SRAM DUB 28.99mm (29.00mm) with a bike frame that uses a T47 Bottom Bracket (68mm wide). This is often called threadfit.

  • T47 x 68 Threaded. 47×1.0mm
  • Drive side has a Left Hand Thread, Non Drive Side has a Right Handed Thread
  • Designed for SRAM DUB Axles 28.99 (29.00mm)
  • The drive and non drive sides are aligned via an internal male/female sleeve
  • Over 50% larger tool engagement area than other T47 bottom brackets, there is much less chance of seizure and stripping with this unit
  • Top of the range 6806 SKF/NTN/FAG/NSK bearings fitted as standard
  • This bottom bracket has been designed to offer easy servicing, it is not a throw away item, it has been designed to allow easy changing of bearings which are a standard part
  • Non contacting Seals
  • Tool Requirements, these are shown on the drawing in the picture gallery. A suitable tool is available here
    • 52mm Outside Diameter
    • 12 Notches
    • 51.7mm PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) R25.85mm
    • 3.5mm notch diameter
    • 10.25mm depth if using a socket type tool

This bottom bracket is extremely popular for custom frame builds (titanium, steel and aluminum)

SRAM axles can have a variable DBCA and they may need additional shimming, read about this here 

Additional information

Crankset Type

DUB

Frame

T47

Manufacturer

Hambini

3 reviews for Hambini Racing T47-68 Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB

  1. James

    Super easy to deal with, very very fast shipping. Just wish all suppliers were like this. Product 11/10 OUTSTANDING !

  2. Martin Arundel

  3. Jon P.

    Shipping was very fast. Product arrived well packaged. The Hambini BB does not come with spacers (which I knew). A set of Chris King spacers, the SRAM frame spec, and a metric ruler were necessary beyond the BB installation tool.

    I was rebuilding my previous BB after every gravel race so I went with fully sealed (LLU) bearings. They spin decently despite being fully sealed. I’ve done three gravel races (totaling ~235 miles) and maybe another 400 road miles on the Hambini BB and it still spins like the day I installed it.

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Q & A

Hello, I am looking at using this in my new gravel build. Should I use a standard or wide Sram DUB crank set? The frame builder tells me both cranks will work and the differnce in spindle length will be offset by the placement of the bearings, please adive. Thanks Frank Maresca asked on 17 January 2022

it needs to have a DBCA of at least 90mm. Hence it's usually the wide one.

admin answered on 18 January 2022 store manager
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can i have this bb in internal ? t47 internal bb ? and what about bearing type that been use in this one ? Mohammed asked on 19 August 2021

It will be available shortly, if you need it in a hurry, just use the contact form to email.

admin answered on 19 August 2021 store manager
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Where is the tool drawing? Thanks. CCJ asked on 23 June 2021

in the gallery or here https://www.hambini.com/engineering-guide-t47-bottom-bracket-standard/

admin answered on 23 June 2021 store manager
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Thanks for adding this item! Can I have a sleeve that is 5.5 or 6mm recess so that the hydraulic brake hose could pass through the bottom bracket area? CCJ asked on 21 June 2021

The dimensions are fixed by the standard, the sleeve section is 36mm, the outside of the bottom bracket is 47mm, so that's 5.5mm as a minimum.

admin answered on 21 June 2021 store manager
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