Park Tool BBT-4 Bottom Bracket Tool

USD 12.99

$12.99

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Average connection time 25 secs

Average connection time 25 secs

Park bottom bracket tool. Tool for removing 6-notch cartridge bottom brackets.

Key Features:

  • Tool for removing and fitting 6 notch cups on sealed Bottom brackets.
  • Fits cartridge cups used on Sachs and Campagnolo Veloce, Mirage, and Avanti.
  • Also fits Thun SKF Series sealed cartridge bottom brackets.
  • Long vinyl coated handle provides leverage and grip.
Brand:
Park Tool

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Park Tool BBT-4 Bottom Bracket Tool

Worked well when I removed BB shells but haven't yet refitted them so not sure how I'll determine torque using just my arm as a torque wrench. Usual high quality Park item though, but be sure to hold tool on well with your other hand to avoid slipping off and doing yourself a mischief.