Product DescriptionFor installation of the bottom bracket we offer the Chris King BB External Cup Tool. Our cup tool is anodized aluminum and features a 3/8" socket drive and recommend use with a high-quality torque wrench. The spline interface is precision made to match our bottom bracket cups ensuring a secure fit during installation while preventing finish damage.
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