In this vid we set up a Rotor 2inPower crank set in our BBInfinite one-piece BB92 bottom bracket with ease, because it is always easy when you know how, therefore, we share these videos. We want you to have absolute confidence when working on your ride. This setup is applicable to more crank sets you see on the market these days, such as all Dub cranks, RaceFace Next-series, eeWings, etc. Here are the other vids in this series: Vid-1: Getting the Dang Thing Out Vid-2: To Ream or not to Ream Vid-3: How Hard is Too Hard To Press?
Alright, you can see I'm closing the gap right there like I said this thing shouldn't have to be stroked out like all the way and you see a big gap on this side of it because we want to if there is make sure your spacing is correct. If it is, throw in a couple of spacers like some little 0.5mm spacers or something so what we want to do with this is once again like we've said in the past I want to close this down a little bit um but not enough to stop it from turning so that when I turn it, it doesn't want to pop open. So I put a lot I want to put some pressure on it got to keep that logo looking straight right you got to look pro to be pro that's just how it is all right so we go ahead and I'm going to really tighten that down and the reason why that's okay with our product is because we have that true drive sleeve which is that red bushing that's floating around inside of there it's not floating in there now a lot of people when a lot of people when they get our modules they're like "the bushing is floating around inside is that okay?" Absolutely, it's not going to be floating around inside once the spindle goes through it and you put pressure on and it marries those inner races to that bushing and that's the compression right there. That is going to hold it in place and what it does is it keeps the inner races from moving toward each other so we're going to go ahead and tighten that down just like that and there you go all done spin-tastic. That's what you get when you ream the bottom bracket out and it's the correct dimension to work with the product and while that's spinning a lot of people are saying the comments very typically whether it's on YouTube, Facebook or wherever- they're like, "well the frames should just be right from the factory you know why don't they ream it out at the factory" blah blah blah. Look I don't know I don't have the answers to those questions all I know is that a lot of them aren't right and in order for it to be performing the way you want you have to make it right okay because complaining about it is great super fun and all that but it doesn't solve any problems so let's get our mindset shifted around correcting the problems and accepting them accepting them first then correcting them and uh getting the best performance we can out of our ride
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