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    won tool acution... what are these?

    I wont a toll auction with some park tools
    I know it includes the following\

    BBT-22 Bottom Bracket I wanted this
    FR-5 Cassette/Rotor Lock ring Removal Tool i wanted this
    CWP-5 Crank Wrench Puller i wanted this
    CT-5 Chain Breaker
    SW-7 Triple Spoke Wrench i have one
    HCW-14 Lazer Precision 36mm Wrench w/Chain Whip i wanted this

    but there are some other things in the auction I didn't recognize (or at least I am not sure I need.
    what are the 2 things brass that look like 8s, the thing that looks like a key, is it just a screw driver
    the fork thing is it a pin spanner
    the 2 silver things with ovals
    the thing that looks like a huge nut.
    ant the thing in the bag labeled fulcrus sleeve
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterfrog;14740143
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    Those look like clipless pedal cleats. SPD type I think.

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    i thought they might be cleats, but only because I couldn't think what else they might be. never having clipl ess pedals i wasn't sure.
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    "Silver things" are shoe cleats for clipless pedals. I believe the figure 8's are meant to fit under a different type of cleat. Yes, it's just a screwdriver. The small spanner is to hold in place the back portion of a chainring nut while you use an allen wrench to tighten it. A "fulcrum sleeve" is used as a stop for a Sturmey Archer shift cable (Google it). Huge nut may be a cartridge BB tool.
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    awsome. thanks for the help.
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    If the huge nut has slots on the other side, it's probably another multi-size spoke wrench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cny-bikeman View Post
    "Silver things" are shoe cleats for clipless pedals. I believe the figure 8's are meant to fit under a different type of cleat. Yes, it's just a screwdriver. The small spanner is to hold in place the back portion of a chainring nut while you use an allen wrench to tighten it. A "fulcrum sleeve" is used as a stop for a Sturmey Archer shift cable (Google it). Huge nut may be a cartridge BB tool.
    The brass figure 8s are for clipless pedals as well. They are a washer that fits on the inside of the shoe.

    I don't think the pin spanner is for chainring nuts. Not the right shape.
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    Pin spanner looks like it might be for crank dustcaps or perhaps for the outer ring of self extracting crank bolts.

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    thanks. I didn't really know what the wrench would fit. headset makes sense
    scott north of boston

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    I found a couple of those little Proto keychain screwdrivers about 20 years ago and I use them all the time. Keep it on your keyring. They're made from some kind of indestructible tool steel too!
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    So the envelope shows Up with a nice note from the post office saying the envelope is empty and mangles. Sorry. The seller seems cool with the issue and is talking with the post office. it was insured so I will get my money back from the seller and she can make a claim to the post office. I ordered the tools from Amazon.
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