The Easton PF86.5 Bottom Bracket was made to work with their new Cinch interface system. The Cinch system uses a 30mm spindle to provide a stiffer bottom bracket/crankset interface. If you've got one of the new Easton EC90 SL cranks and a PF30 frame, this is what you need!
Standard 6806 retainer bearings
Bearings are external to the BB shell resulting in a stiffer wider stance
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