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Which Park Tool removes Cannondale Hollowgram lockring?

Old 01-20-19, 03:56 PM
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Which Park Tool removes Cannondale Hollowgram lockring?

When I tried to find a lower on-line price for a Cannondale Hollowgram lockring spider Tool, I got a Google hit for the Park Tool BBT-18. This appears close to what I need but the description mentions other cranks that it is compatible with - so I was just wondering what lockring tool can I use that is less than, say $20?
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I can use a search and find one in a minute... you try?

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Old 01-21-19, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
I can use a search and find one in a minute... you try?

that's the cannondale branded one and it is $30.
I was wondering if the bb tool that is similar that is the Park tool branded one and costs half that (~15$) would do the same job.
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Ask the bike shop to use theirs, if you are unwilling to pay what it casts to own one .. Not like you need it often
You wonder? do the work !
you see the picture... look at the Park site and see if they make one like that ..
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This lists the measurements of the Park tool and if you need more info just contact Park directly. They're pretty good with customer support last time I checked a few years ago anyways.
https://www.parktool.com/product/bot...et-tool-bbt-18
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The Park tool will not work. The Cannondale tool OD = 47.2mm, ID = 42.3mm, Pin width is 3.8mm. The locking torque is 40Nm/30Ft/lbs. Use blue locktite between the spider (or Spidering) and the splines on the crankarm. If you don't want to spend $30, take it to a LBS familiar with this crankset. I have attached the Cannondale manual.
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Originally Posted by Vince Canepa View Post
The Park tool will not work. The Cannondale tool OD = 47.2mm, ID = 42.3mm, Pin width is 3.8mm. The locking torque is 40Nm/30Ft/lbs. Use blue locktite between the spider (or Spidering) and the splines on the crankarm. If you don't want to spend $30, take it to a LBS familiar with this crankset. I have attached the Cannondale manual.
Thank you! This is the precise information I was seeking. I will most likely purchase correct Cannondale tool.
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Originally Posted by Vince Canepa View Post
The Park tool will not work. The Cannondale tool OD = 47.2mm, ID = 42.3mm, Pin width is 3.8mm. The locking torque is 40Nm/30Ft/lbs. Use blue locktite between the spider (or Spidering) and the splines on the crankarm. If you don't want to spend $30, take it to a LBS familiar with this crankset. I have attached the Cannondale manual.
^This is how forums are supposed to work.

Not just "why don't you google it?"
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