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Old 03-14-23, 04:15 AM
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Park tool chain tool spare parts


Does anyone know where to buy replacement "bridges" for the park tool ct 3.2 . It is the equivalent of this one, but a park one:


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The first place I would contact would be Park Tools if you haven't already. Contact Us | Park Tool Even though it's not listed on their site as a seperate part, contacting them may get you one.
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Agree with @Crankycrank. My experience is that Park Tool can be quite helpful in sourcing small parts for their tools, sometimes even for discontinued tools.
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If Park has the part available, you will be able to get one. Contact them directly.

I once snapped an old chrome plated cone wrench while attempting to tear down a Walmart Special hub.... they replaced it under warranty, no questions other than if i'd been using a helper pipe on the wrench... "nope, just me!"... i didn't mention that my forearms are bigger than some people's calves....

i ended up using a nut splitter on that Locknut.

it was a front hub, BMX...the REAR hub locknuts were both Loose from the factory. This is a pattern i've noticed with many walmart bikes.

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And another big compliment to Park Tool U.S.

A few years ago I bought a Park tool from a U.K. business, and thought it may have had a slight bend in one of the removable parts ( nowadays I think there was actually no problem... ) so I emailed Park Tool in the U.S. and ended up communicating to someone fairly high up.

He sent me a new spare part all the way to Australia, free of charge.

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