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    Is This the Right Crank Puller?

    This morning I saw a local Craigslist ad for a Park CCP-1 crank puller for $8. Is that the right one for my 1991 Bottecchia with Campagnolo cranks, and should I get the puller or buy a newer model new?



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    Unless yours is one of the odd-ball Campy cranks with the left handed threads, it's the correct puller.

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    slow as I ever was Ex Pres's Avatar
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    That's a Triomphe crank, the only odd Campy was C-Record, so I'll side with HR.
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    For future reference:

    This crank-puller will work on different cranksets:

    http://www.parktool.com/products/det...=26&item=CWP-7

    When used with a large wrench, this is also the tougher tool.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cateye View Post
    Only panthers007 is stupid enough to believe that this is a good idea.

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