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Park RP-SET.2 Retaining Ring Plier Set

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Get the complete set of tools to work with internal and external snap rings

Having the right tools for the job makes your life a whole lot easier. We've seen plenty of people try to do a bodge job and remove snap rings from delicate parts with the wrong tools. It's not worth it, and the hassle of hunting down replacements for your mangled snap rings will more than outweigh the few dollars you might save. These quality tools from Park will do the job in seconds, meaning more time riding, and less time cursing.

Use these to work on the internals of suspension forks, dropper posts, hydraulic brakes etc

Designed and built with the specific needs of the bike mechanic in mind. The RP-SET includes five professional quality pliers for internal snap rings and one for external snap rings, All made from forged heat-treated cro-moly steel with return springs and vinyl dipped grips. 

Set includes:

1x RP-1: 0.9MM INTERNAL RETAINING RING PLIERS
.9mm tips on straight blades for small, internal snap rings. The tips open from 22mm to 0 (tips touching).

1x RP-2: 1.3MM INTERNAL RETAINING RING PLIERS
1.3mm tips on bent nose blades for medium, internal snap rings. The tips open from 22mm down to 2mm (centre to centre).

1x RP-3: 1.3MM EXTERNAL RETAINING RING PLIERS
1.3mm tips on bent nose blades for medium, external snap rings.

1x RP-4: 1.7MM INTERNAL RETAINING RING PLIERS
1.7mm tips on bent nose blades for larger, internal snap rings. The tips open from 21mm down to 2mm (centre to centre).

1x RP-5: 1.7MM INTERNAL RETAINING RING PLIERS
1.7mm tips on straight blades for small, internal snap rings. The tips open from 22mm to 0 (tips touching).

 

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