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When you paint a bike frame, or are re-installing the bottom bracket then you need to face the bottom bracket. Cut down the ...
paint with a razor blade.
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When shelves are built and painted, you get excess paint around the rim, around the face of your bottom bracket. That excess paint effectively widens the width of the bottom bracket. Heights are pretty specific so you need the right measurement. English bottom brackets are 68 millimeters wide or 73 millimeters wide. This one was a little bit above 68. So, if you face the bottom bracket, you remove that extra paint and you get it back down to 68 millimeters that it's supposed to be so that ultimately your bottom bracket fits more exact, more precisely in the shelf. So if you take a razor blade and just cut flush with the bottom bracket face just to remove that excess paint, you get a tighter fit. With an external width of bearing bottom brackets, it's not as important because the width doesn’t affect the function of the bearings. But it affects the fit of the crank ultimately. Another good idea to so on a new frame is to chase the threads. You get a thread cutter and run it through the bottom bracket and it clings the threads out that make the bottom bracket fit better and the insulation much easier.