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    All work and no play... Oysterboy's Avatar
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    campagnolo arm puller needed?

    I am contemplating the purchase of a campagnolo square taper crankset. I have seen where campy sells their own puller, I have a Park CCP-2 will this tool work?
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    Campy square taper cranks use the same puller as the other brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oysterboy View Post
    I am contemplating the purchase of a campagnolo square taper crankset. I have seen where campy sells their own puller, I have a Park CCP-2 will this tool work?
    Yes. Campy is 22.0mm x 1.0mm so it will work.

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    There is one they used a LH thread for the extractor , I think a self extractor was in those.. also..

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