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Old 11-28-06, 12:27 PM   #1
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Tools for BB removal

New to remove and reinstall my bottom bracket, I have the following tools:

Hex wrenches
Crank puller (CCP-4)
Bottom bracket tool (BBT-2)
Torque wrench (and other big wrenches)

Is there anything that I'm missing? I'm seeing lots of tools like lockring tools and spanner wrenches, but nothing on the Park Tool section of BB removal/installation that tells me I need these things. Do I?

I have a Bontrager crankset with, I think, an ISIS BB.

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You're good to go; you don't need a lockring wrench to do a cartridge BB.
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