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Carbon bike, loose bottom bracket
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I have a carbon bike with a Campy Ultratorque crankset. There is a tiny amount of play between the bearing cups and bottom bracket shell. The bearing cups are tight, my only conclusion is that the aluminum sleeve not quite completely bonded into the shell. Can I lay in some epoxy resin to make a good repair?
Regards, George
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Can you post a few pic of that problem. It could be the BB is bad. Only if I had online eye site that I could see with lol JK But do look in to the BB first.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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