This unusual BB (SRAM part number) 00.6415.033.040 allows you to fit SRAM/Truvativ GXP cranksets to frames built to the press-fit specification with 42mm ID (notably, some Specialized frames).
Works with PressFit frames with 84.5mm wide unthreaded bb shell and 42mm inside diameter
Manufacture part number 00.6415.033.040
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