Park CWP-7 Universal Crank Puller Tool

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Description

The universal design of the CWP-7 has a rotating tip pressed into each end of the tool (11.3mm and 16.3mm) so it will remove both square taper and splined (ISIS Drive™, Octalink®) crank arms. The CWP-7 is made for the 22 x 1mm threading in the common cranks.

 

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Reviews

5

Great tool

by

Great tool, Got my old crank off easily. Very handy

Well made, straight forward use

by

Purchased to remove my Race Face Affect crankset when my BB decided to poo itself. Solid construction and well made. Should easily outlast me.
Easy to use once I realised the shaft is reversible and the ends pull off. Did my head in for a while, then I read the instructions!

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Great tool

by

Great tool, Got my old crank off easily. Very handy

Well made, straight forward use

by

Purchased to remove my Race Face Affect crankset when my BB decided to poo itself. Solid construction and well made. Should easily outlast me.
Easy to use once I realised the shaft is reversible and the ends pull off. Did my head in for a while, then I read the instructions!

Specifications

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Park CWP-7 Universal Crank Puller Tool763477001474

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