The bike in question is not relevant to the answer; it is the axle which comes with the cranks which provides the answer to your question, and in this case, the Mob cransk come with a 19mm axle (which is common with most cranksets, it is really only the top-end expensive ones which come with a 22mm axle)
The Stereo in army green featured a loose-ball mid BB. You can fit a sealed mid BB but will need to change your crank axle to a smooth one which fits in a sealed BB (such as found on the Stolen Mob cranks for example).
No - you need the Blank USA 19mm BB. Mid will be too small. You will also need to ensure your crank axle is swapped for one which is suitable for a sealed BB, as the axle on your Logo will only be suitable for a loose-ball BB.
would this product fit onto a mongoose logo 2010 with 3 piece cranks ??
i have just go a new set of cranks for my mongoose logo 2010 and it didn't come with a bottom bracket so ive found this but i don't know if it will fit iknow that its a 22mm crank set but i don't no if it will fit the hole on my frame ??
asked 5 years ago
on Blank Mid Bottom Bracket
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The reason that they come in different sizes is for the different size spindles on your cranks.
Profile cranks have 19mm spindles. and Primo cranks have 22mm spindles.
If you dont have either of those cranks you may want to search the internet for your size spindle or have a bike shop check for you.
Its not the size of the bearing itself, its the size of the hole that your spindle fits in.