|Bottom Bracket Tools|
|For Cartridge Bottom Brackets|
|Park||BBT-22||Click cart button for price||For Shimano cartridge bottom brackets. New version is compatible with Shimano "pipe billet" splined axles.|
|Park||BBT-18||Click cart button for price||For Shimano(Octalink I) and ISIS 8-notch splined BBs. Also SKF BBs.|
|Park||HCW-11||Click cart button for price||
Back by popular demand! The HCW-11 Fits old-school "slotted" bottom bracket adjusting cups and cups with "raised" 16mm wrench flats.
|For Loose Ball Bottom Brackets and Fixed-gear Sprocket Lockrings|
|Park||HCW-5||Click cart button for price||
1 prong and 3 prong hook spanner.
|Park||SPA-1||Click cart button for price||
Adjustable pin spanner wrench (green.)
|Crank and Chainwheel Tools|
|Various MFRs||CK029||Click cart button for price||Self-extracting Crank Bolts|
These fit all traditional square tapered bottom brackets.
|Park||CCW-5||Click cart button for price||Crank bolt wrench with handle.|
8mm hex for modern crank bolts and 14mm socket for traditional crank bolts and nuts.
|Park||CCP-22||Click cart button for price||Cotterless crank puller with handle.|
For traditional tapered square axles/cranks.
|Park||CWP-7||Click cart button for price||New model universal cotterless crank puller. This unit works on all cranks that use normal 22 mm extractor threads, including Shimano Octalink splined and I.S.I.S. splined, as well as almost all square taper cranks.|
This latest model features two pressed-in, rotating tips.
|Shimano||TL6123||Click cart button for price||Chainring bolt tool. This is the ultimate weapon for stuck chainring bolts. The tool grabs the two notches in the nut, with perfect alignment, while also the T handle engages the Allen bolt. When you need this tool, nothing else will do.|
|TA||TLF04||Click cart button for price||J.A. Stein shop-type crank puller. Fits the 23 mm thread used on TA Cyclotouriste cranks. Handmade in U.S.A.|
|Stronglight||TLF15||Click cart button for price||J.A. Stein Crank puller for old 23.35 mm thread Stronglight cranks. (1982 and earlier.)|
This is the only tool currently available to fit these older cranks. Handmade in U.S.A.
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