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Old 05-25-08, 05:10 AM   #1
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Tool to remove the fixing bolt on Shimano FC6600 cranks.

Shimano FC6600 cranks

I purchased the Park BBT-19 tool which lets me install and remove the BB but what tool do I need to take off the fixing bolt?
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Shimano special tool TL-FC16.

http://techdocs.shimano.com/media/te...9830616000.pdf


The parts list calls it a "fixing bolt", but it's really more of a dust cap and it's not on there tight. You should be able to get it loose with some thin-lipped pliers if you don't mind a little marring.
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Shimano special tool TC-FC16.
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I hate it when they do that.
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I hate it when they do that.
Yet they do it over, and over again.

Shimano's a bit like Microsoft: If their stuff didn't work pretty well, no one would put up with their monkey business.
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That's way too strong.

Microsoft is evil.

Shimano just has an over-inflated opinion of its own engineering solutions.
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Special t....... Friggin Aaay

Thanks for the info.

Hey that's TL not a TC. But you put me on the right track.
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I think one end of Park tool BBT-9 removes that cap.
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