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Park Tool BBT9 Bottom Bracket / Crankarm Tool (Hollowtech II)

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Product Description

A highly durable metal tool to remove and install Shimano HollowTech II integrated Bottom brackets and chainsets
    • 16 Laser cut splines securely engage the notches of the bottom bracket cups, while the other end fits the 8 internal splines of the crank arm adjustment cap
    • Plastic coated handle for a secure and comfortable grip
    • Warning: this tool has a long handle and it is possible to damage the tool or the component by over-tightening during installation
    • Recommended torque setting for bottom bracket cups: 35 - 50 Nm
    • Recommended torque setting for crank arm adjustment cap: 0.4 - 0.7 Nm

Park Tool BBT9 Bottom Bracket / Crankarm Tool (Hollowtech II) Reviews

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Overall Rating:
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5.00
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
5
Value For Money
4.50

Customer Reviews (2)

5
Park crank tool simply the best

I great tool fantastic addition to my tool box. It removed a sized bottom bracket that destroyed my previous cheap crack tool.

I great tool fantastic addition to my tool box. It removed a sized bottom bracket that destroyed my previous cheap crack tool.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Quality

Didn't know whether to buy the cheapest tool I could find official shimano one or the Park. In the end opted for the Park, it's a substantial bit of kit with loads of leverage in the end my BB cups came off easily so I could have gotten away with a cheaper version. It didn't leave any marks and in the end I didn't mind that I'd spend a few quid more than I could get away with for the peace of mind

Didn't know whether to buy the cheapest tool I could find official shimano one or the Park. In the end opted for the Park, it's a substantial bit of kit with loads of leverage in the end my BB cups came off easily so I could have gotten away with a cheaper version. It didn't leave any marks and in the end I didn't mind that I'd spend a few quid more than I could get away with for the peace of mind

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
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