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Pedros External Bottom Bracket Tools

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Pedro's External Bearing BB Socket. Heavy duty shop quality bottom bracket tool for use with Shimano, Truvativ, FSA, Race Face, and Campagnolo 16-notch external bearing bottom bracket cups.

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