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Park Pin Spanner

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Description

Durable and affordable! 

Park's Pin Spanners are great to have around for when they're needed.  Available in two sizes, the spanners will work great with freewheel clusters and adjusting cups found on adjustable bottom brackets.  ​Each tool is colour coded. 

Features: ​

  • Durable carbon tool steel construction. 
  • Vinyl coated handles. 
    • Green - 2.9mm (SPA-1)
    • Red - 2.3mm (SPA-2)
  • The SPA-1 is perfect for adjusting cups found on adjustable BBs.
  • The SPA-2 is great for one-key retaining rings on Shimano and Campy cranks.  Will also work on most freewheel clusters.  

 

 

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2.3mm
SPA-2
$24.95
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Spanner in the crank

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Excellent product, suited the job perfectly

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Excellent product, suited the job perfectly

Specifications

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Park Pin SpannerPRKPINSPNNR
Red - 2.3mm - SPA-2763477006752

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