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    SRAM Red Crankset

    I have Pinarello Dogma 65.1 with a SRAM GXP Team Bottom Bracket and I am buying a new Crankset, can I use any SRAM Red 22 crankset with it or do I need to buy specifically a GXP or BB30? Currently I have a SRAM Red 22 Crankset on it but I am moving it to another bike and replacing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmoney528 View Post
    I have Pinarello Dogma 65.1 with a SRAM GXP Team Bottom Bracket and I am buying a new Crankset, can I use any SRAM Red 22 crankset with it or do I need to buy specifically a GXP or BB30? Currently I have a SRAM Red 22 Crankset on it but I am moving it to another bike and replacing it.
    If you have a GXP bb you need a GXP crank.
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    SRAM Red Crankset-2e3a4f64-9e46-49cb-a5de-eabddbd276d7.jpg

    Here is a picture to confirm

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    If you have a GXP bb you need a GXP crank.
    I am gettin a new Trek Domane, am I right in assuming that I canít take my current crankset and move it over to it?

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    You
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    That will work for the Trek as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
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    That will work for the Trek as well.
    That was my main concern, thanks man, greatly appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmoney528 View Post
    That was my main concern, thanks man, greatly appreciate it.
    No prob. The Trek BB90 basically uses just the bearings from whatever system you're using that would have previously been inside threaded cups. They're all 37mm OD, Shimano are 24mm ID, SRAM are 24/22, Campy are 24. The bearings press directly into the frame.
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    I guess GXP cranks can be considered "Universal" in that with adapters / spacers can be fit to any road BB standard (aside from square taper of course)?

    Whereas SRAM BB30 you have some that are "short spindle" others are "long spindle" which fit more 30mm BB standards, and maybe "some" 24mm BB if bearings can be sourced (eg BB86).

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