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March 12, 2018, 11:04 a.m. -  JT

The JIS BSA generally have turns with people replacing worn out units or doing a single speed conversion. The Swiss Phil Wood BB is likely going to be in inventory for an additional 10-15 years. Should capitalize well in the vintage market at that point. Heck, let's not even talk about both Octalink varieties and ISIS. My point is that standards are not what people think they should mean. And Powerspline BB's are terrible. Given the shear variety of BB's we see from the past, why freak out when a company makes a unit to fit modern frame standards and their cranks only? It's not like it's the first time they or anyone else have done it. If it works, aces, if it provides no real change, then we can bemoan them.

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