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Anybody in Toronto can help me out?

Old 06-08-15, 12:19 PM
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Anybody in Toronto can help me out?

Hi Everyone,

Just wondering if anyone living in Toronto, Canada can help me out...I just bought a Pinarello frame and fork set from someone the other day...He was selling the whole bike, but I wasn't interested in the parts he had on it. He was nice enough to offer to just sell the frame/fork and remove all the parts for me. However, he didn't have the proper crank extractor to remove a Dura Ace 7700. Wondering
if anyone has the tool to remove it and if so if I can pop by with frame to do so...Thanks~!
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Old 06-08-15, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Kevlar888 View Post
Hi Everyone,

Just wondering if anyone living in Toronto, Canada can help me out...I just bought a Pinarello frame and fork set from someone the other day...He was selling the whole bike, but I wasn't interested in the parts he had on it. He was nice enough to offer to just sell the frame/fork and remove all the parts for me. However, he didn't have the proper crank extractor to remove a Dura Ace 7700. Wondering
if anyone has the tool to remove it and if so if I can pop by with frame to do so...Thanks~!

Try looking up Bike Pirates in Toronto or I think the other place is called Bike Sause.
They usually have the tools to use.
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Old 06-09-15, 12:10 AM
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Thank you Pitbull! Will look up those two shops and bring the frame in!
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Old 06-09-15, 10:27 AM
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MEC sells that tool for $15 or so...if all else fails, I can give you a hand as I have that tool.
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