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WTB Park Tool cottered crank pin remover CR2

Old 02-14-21, 08:48 PM
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WTB Park Tool cottered crank pin remover CR2

Anybody selling a CR2 tool at a accessible price?
I saw the tool offered by Bikesmithdesign. I try to find a Parktool, if nothing shows up, I will order that from Bikesmith.
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Old 02-15-21, 03:13 AM
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have you seen this one (https://www.treatland.tv/bicycle-mop...tor-tool.htm):





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I have a brand new Park CR-2 in the original package.
I will sell at very reasonable price. Thanks. Paul S.

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This is a new one for me. I own the Bikesmith clamp and love it.
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Make one yourself. I did and have been using it for many years...
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Originally Posted by b dub View Post
This is a new one for me. I own the Bikesmith clamp and love it.
Well I got one and it does what it says on the tin. It needed a bit of a mod to one jaw so it would clear the spider on one crank, but there was more than enough section there to spare a few mm.

I like that it just uses a fine-thread bolt. A fine thread is a key element of making this sort of arrangement work, you want the shallow incline of the pitch so you can make the screw push really hard without so much force from your arms on the spanners. Not only is it less effort but you also are less likely to disturb the tool/pin/crank alignment just when you don't want to. And the bolt is an off-the-shelf item, with an easy-to-do mod to the nose.

For an interesting application of this fine-thread-forced-feed do a search for "Cole drill".
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