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Pedros Crank Puller Tools

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Product Description

Heat-treated steel, precision machined for an exact fit with no slippage, ensuring easy crank extraction. Compatible with splined bottom brackets

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crank puller problem. Quick question

hey guys so my crank puller got delivered finally and I've been itching to swap it over to my new frame. problem is when i tightened the puller up to take the arm off, instead of pushing the arm away from the bottom bracket its pushed the bit that screws into the crank out of the thread and threade ... Read More »

Cheaper alternative to Shimano TL-FC35 Crank Arm puller for M970 cranks

Does it exist or do I need to buy the bullet and paid shimano the $45 they want for it.. Thanks as always..Read More »

Crank puller help

I have a 2012 P.2 that I need to remove the cranks from. Can someone please tell me which Park tool crank puller I will need to buy. The cranks are 3pc/48 spline.Read More »

Crank Puller on Stuck Crank?

I am trying to remove the crank arms from a square taper bottom bracket. This is my first time trying to remove crank arms. I have removed the bolts, sprayed with a little wd40 (pb blaster would be better) and pulled, pried, tapped/whacked the arm with a hammer, heatgunned the arm, jumped on the p ... Read More »

Raceface crank puller cap.

For some reason i switched of my brain whilst removing my cranks,so when i tried removing the puller cap i managed to round it out,would it be best to drill 2 small holes and try and use some sort of pin spanner to remove it,thanks for any help.Read More »

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