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Park PP-1.2 Disc Brake Piston Press

Park PP-1.2 Disc Brake Piston Press

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
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Reset your brake pistons in seconds!

Don't risk damaging your caliper or pads by using a screwdriver or other makeshift tools. The PP-1.2 is the tool to use when you can't install your wheel or need to press the pistons back when doing a bleed. Designed specifically to fit between your brake pads, the tool utilises a comfortable handle and head to easily push pistons.

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 1 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 1 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
50%would recommend this product
2 reviews
  • nathan l.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    5 months ago
    Sturdy when pressing in pistons

    Sturdy when pressing in pistons. Recommended.

  • Andrew R.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 3 out of 5 stars
    4 years ago
    Of Limited Use

    I have to say this has been of limited use so far. I bought this tool in an attempt to not have to bleed my Avid X0 trail brakes when I need to change the pads. Sure it is better than using a screwdriver but I only managed to push the pistons in on one side of the caliper. I had to remove the caliper from frame to try the other side as the stays were in the way. Alas this didn't work which to be fair is not the fault of this tool, rather a characteristic of the brakes. So the upshot is the tool is better for your bike than prodding around with a screwdriver but I will be bleeding my rear brake this weekend (and using this tool in the process!) ??

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