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Old 02-06-21, 02:18 PM
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FS: Park Tool DAG 2.2

Park Tool DAG 2.2 $80 shipped. PP F&F or plus 3%.

Thanks.

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Old 02-06-21, 06:00 PM
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$80 plus shipping. PP F&F or plus 3%.
currently $79.95 free shipping on amazon. even cheaper on other sites.

https://www.amazon.com/Park-Tool-DAG.../dp/B010T6L22E

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[QUOTE=zazenzach;21913163]

currently $79.95 free shipping on amazon. even cheaper on other sites.

Second that. I was excited when I saw it because I am in the market for one right now...sigh. Also, not sure how this can be NOS, when this IS the new version?
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Maybe that's a price in Canadian dollars.
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noglider Tom, the price, as seems to be the norm here, is US$. I think it is priced competitively with EBay listings but hadn’t seen and can’t compete with the Amazon pricing. I think I’ll hold on to the DAG for now.

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Park tool DAG 2.2

I'm going to try once again to sell this tool. Very lightly used or perhaps unused.

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Perhaps unused as it's missing the two O-rings that fit onto the sliding feeler rod. Without one you cannot use the tool. Without the other the rod will probably fall out and onto the floor when you're putting it away. Reco you get two o-rings at the HW store. Tool will look complete.

BTW: this tool is well made and reliable and will make correcting a bent RD hanger easy and accurate. Worth having.
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Originally Posted by Prowler View Post
Perhaps unused as it's missing the two O-rings that fit onto the sliding feeler rod. Without one you cannot use the tool. Without the other the rod will probably fall out and onto the floor when you're putting it away. Reco you get two o-rings at the HW store. Tool will look complete.

BTW: this tool is well made and reliable and will make correcting a bent RD hanger easy and accurate. Worth having.
I second this 100%, I got one of these tools a long time ago and am so happy I did, I've used it a lot, an out-of-alignment rear derailleur hanger is the #1 cause of shifting problems on all my mates' bikes that come to me. Most of that is down to ignorance as they often store their bikes in a shed or garage and bang it off stuff, lean it up against the derailleur, etc.
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Thanks Prowler I’ll look onto it.

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Here you go @Prowler. O rings from the hardware store - 49 cents.

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