RRP Bearing Press & Extraction Tool

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Product Description

The Bearing Press & Extraction Tool (BPET) is designed for the ‘Home Mechanic’ for use on ‘LINKAGE BEARINGS’, however it still works on many pivot and hub bearings.

This tool is designed for the competent home mechanic who has reasonable knowledge and experience of working on bikes. This tool is designed to extract and insert linkage bearings, however the tool can also be used to press and extract bearings on some hubs and freehub bodies

Note: all bearing kit adaptors are sold separately. Bearing Kits 1, 2 & 3 don’t have male adaptors (just female ones) due to the small size of the bearing bore hole. Bearing Press Tool is not included with any bearing kit.

Instructions for use

Firstly, ensure you have the correct RRP Bearing Kit to match the bearings you intend to insert / extract (see list below). You can identify which kit you need either by reading the bearing number written on the rubber seal, or you can measure the inner bore race and outer race of the bearing (as shown below) and match it to our list below

(NB: the handle arms have been reduced in length and thickness to decrease the torque available reducing the risk of damage from misalignment / incorrect installation)

Extracting Bearings (RED adaptors) - SOLD SEPARATELY

Place the RED adaptors from your RRP BEARING KIT as shown below, take time to ensure that all the parts fit flush and are aligned to prevent any damage to parts or frame. In particular check that the female adaptor cup is flush on the frame to prevent frame damage.

Wind on the main handle until the parts all come together, make a final check that everything is aligned properly. Continue to wind on the main handle which will allow the male adaptor to pull on the inner race of the bearing and extract it into the female adaptor cup (NB: The male adaptor passes through the female adaptor to ensure a uniform and true extraction*), it will become harder to turn once the bearing starts to extract. After a couple of turns stop and check that the bearing is extracting properly before continuing

RRP Bearing Press Extraction tool parts

Inserting Bearings (BLUE adaptors) - SOLD SEPARATELY

Place the BLUE adaptors from your RRP BEARING KIT as shown below, take time to ensure that all the parts fit flush and are aligned to prevent any damage to parts or frame.

Wind on the main handle until all the parts come together, the male adaptor should be pressing on the outer race of the bearing you are inserting. Make a final check that everything is all aligned. Continue to wind on the main handle, the male adaptor will press onto the outer race of the bearing and insert it (NB: The male adaptor passes through the female adaptor to ensure a uniform and true insertion*), it will become harder to turn once the bearing starts to insert. After a couple of turns stop and check that the bearing is inserting properly before continuing

RRP Bearing Extraction Tool diameter

Bearing Kits (Sold Separately)

Please see sizing guide

RRP Bearing Press Extraction tool inner bore hole

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Bearing Kit Size Guide

BEARING Name KIT NO RRP CODE BORE SIZE OD SIZE
688 2rs 1 BPET688 8 16
698 2rs / 398v 2 BPET698 8 19
608 2rs / 608E-2rs 3 BPET608 8 22
609 2rs 3a BPET609 9 24
6800 2rs / 61800 2rs 4 BPET6800 10 19
6900 2rs / 61900 2rs 5 BPET6900 10 22
6000 2rs 6 BPET6000 10 26
6801 2rs / 61801 2rs 6a BPET6801 12 21
6901 2rs / 61901 2rs 7 BPET6901 12 24
6001 2rs 8 BPET6001 12 28
3802 2rs / 63802 2rs / 6802 2rs / 61802 2rs 9 BPET63802 15 24
1526 2rs 10 BPET1526 15 26
6902 2rs / 6902E-2rs / 61902 2rs / 7902 11 BPET6902 15 28
6002 2rs 12 BPET6002 15 32
6803 2rs / 61803 2rs 13 BPET6803 17 26
17287 2rs 13a BPET17287 17 28
6903 2rs / 6903E-2rs / 61903 2rs / 61903E-2rs 14 BPET6903 17 30
6003 2rs 15 BPET6003 17 35
6804 2rs / 61804 2rs 16 BPET6804 20 32
6805 / 61805 2rs 17 BPET6805 25 37
Bearing Press & Extraction Tool(BPET)   BPETHTB    

 

BORE:Bore hole size of bearing (hole in the centre)

OD:Outer diameter of bearing race

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Home & Workshop Tools Guide

 

Home & Workshop Tools

Every cyclist needs tools, even if it is just a few Allen keys a chain tool and some tyre levers for general maintenance, it pays to have good quality tools available to you when needed.

The value of high-quality tools is second to none, the best will last you a lifetime and the worst will only give headaches. With so many standards, sizes and types of expensive bike components out there, it makes sense to care for those parts with high-quality dedicated bicycle tools.


Drivetrain tools

Bottom bracket tools

The bottom bracket houses the bearings and sometimes spindle allowing the cranks to spin freely. There are many different types in many different sizes to suit all of the bike and crank combinations available. To remove and fit a new bottom bracket a tool that is specific to that bottom bracket will be needed.

 

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Cassette and freewheel tools

If the bike uses a screw-on freewheel, there are many different types available, each type needs it's own freewheel removal/install tool for that particular freewheel type. Cassette users will need a cassette tool to fit the lockring. Both freewheel and cassette removal/installation will also require a chain whip to fit/remove.

 

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Chain tools

When fitting a new chain, a chain tool is used to drive the pin out of the link to shorten or remove the old chain. Most modern chains will use a quick-link, to remove these there are dedicated, quick-link pliers. You might also wish to check your chain for wear, there are chain wear indicators that measure the stretch for you.

 

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Crank pullers

Some models of crank and bottom bracket use a type where the spindle is part of the bottom bracket. To remove this crank from the spindle you will need a crank puller. One part threads into the crank arm, then the back part of the tool screws though the front pushing against the spindle to remove the crank. There are a few sizes available, so please measure before purchase.

 

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Pedal tools

A good quality pedal spanner with a long handle will last a lifetime and is a sound investment. There are also various pedal servicing parts to remove and install the necessary bearings and bushings that keep your pedals spinning freely. For those with workshop experience, there are also pedal thread tapping tools to cut new thread in crank arms.

 

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Wheel and brake tools

Cone spanners

The hubs on some wheels do not use sealed cartridge bearings, but instead, use traditional cup and cone bearings. To adjust the cone nut a spanner must be used, the spanner needs to be very thin to fit, much thinner than a regular spanner. These dedicated spanners are called cone spanners or cone wrenches.

 

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Wheel and tyre tools

The humble tyre lever is an essential part of any cyclists toolbox, but they come in many different shapes and sizes. Very tough mountain bike tyres might need a long and sturdy tyre lever to fit, while others are small and can fit in a saddlebag for emergency use. There are also spoke keys and valve tools, along with parts and tools used for wheel building and truing.

 

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Brake tools

Disc brakes depend on the rotor being straight and not being too worn to provide a good surface, there are tools to straighten the rotor and check for wear. There are also tools for the maintenance of brake levers and callipers. If using hydraulic brakes then the hose will need to be cut with a dedicated hose cutter.

 

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Workshop tools

Alignment tools

For workshops or capable home mechanics, there is a range of alignment tools used to make sure the frame and fork of a bike are running straight and true. These specialised and dedicated tools are highly accurate and are vital to the job, allowing the bike to function as intended.

 

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Facing tools

Certain areas of a raw bicycle frame can come out of manufacture or painting with slightly less than perfect internal diameters. Areas like the head tube and bottom bracket shell need to be perfectly circular to give the bearings and cups a perfect interface. This process is known as facing, there is a range of facing tools available for different sizes and applications.

 

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Headset and fork tools

When fitting new forks for a threadless headset, the steerer will need to be cut, a crown race fitted and a star nut inserted, there are dedicated tools for each of these jobs. There are dedicated tools for other types of fork and headset. There are also tools for headset maintenance, fitting and removal of cups and bearings, covering all the sizes and types available.

 

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Home mechanics

Allen keys

Allen keys are an essential tool for cyclists. Often the majority of maintenance and adjustment can be made with only Allen keys and a T25 Torx key. There are short sets available, or larger T-handle sets for working at home. As with any tool, it pays to get high quality. Maintenance is easier with high-quality tools, and for one that is used so often, you should treat yourself with good Allen keys and Torx keys.

 

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Cable cutters

When cutting brake or gear cables it is essential to get a clean cut first time, every time. If the cut is bad, or a second attempt is needed then the end will fray often meaning a ferrule cannot be added and in time the cable will unravel. With a good pair of snips, the ferrule can be added and the cable will last longer before needing to be replaced.

 

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Screwdrivers

Just like Allen keys, Torx keys and cable cutters, a good quality screwdriver set will mean fewer headaches in the long run. A range of different sizes for both Phillips and flathead types will fit the screw precisely and mean less rounded heads. Using the right tool for the job is as important as having the right tool in the first place.

 

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Spanners

A good range of tight-fitting, high-quality spanners is an evergreen part of any good toolbox. A well-fitting spanner will mean less rounded bolts and happier home maintenance. Adjustable spanners are also available for those one-off jobs.

 

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Tool kits

Some of the big brands in the world of bike tooling now produce a toolbox packed with all of the essential high-quality tools needed for good maintenance. A bicycle tool kit is the best choice if you do not have any tools already, enabling you to work on your bike with the right tool for the job.

 

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Torque wrenches

There are many parts of a bicycle where the bolt must be tightened to a specific value. This value is measured in Newton-Meters and is a measurement of torque. These torque settings are both safety and functionally critical. To tighten a bolt to the required torque a torque wrench is needed. Once set to the value required, it will click to indicate not to tighten any further.

 

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Workstands

While not completely essential, all work done on a bike is much easier with a work stand. Elevating the bike to a comfortable secure position means you can work better and more efficiently on your bike. Giving access to both sides and being able to spin through the gears easily makes every job easier, faster and more accurate.

 

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