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Wolf Tooth Bottom Bracket Socket

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Description

The Wolftooth Bottom Bracket tools are high-quality, CNC machined tools designed to make installing and removing your bottom bracket easy. Available in various sizes to suit most bottom bracket standards (see compatibility below).

Features: 

  • 3/8" square socket or 1-inch hex for ratchet/torque wrench
  • Large finger notches so you can easily start threading the cups by hand to ensure it's not cross threaded
  • Includes either a Shimano bearing preload tool or a 16mm hex for use with Race Face Cinch cranksets

Compatibility:

  • BBS3916: 16 notch BB socket for 39mm diameter notch pattern, XTR/Dura Ace
  • BBS4116: 16 notch BB socket for 41mm diameter notch pattern, Ultegra BBR60
  • BBS4416: 16 notch BB socket for 44mm diameter notch pattern, Hollowtech II, Campagnolo, Chris King, FSA MegaExo, Hope, SRAM/Truvativ GXP, Race Face X-type, Surly, Wheels, and others
  • BBS4612: 12 notch BB socket for 46mm diameter notch pattern, Race Face 30mm Spindle, TF47, SRAM DUB, RaceFace Cinch, Zipp Vuma, Rotor BSA30, Hawk Racing BB3086
  • BBS4816: 16 notch BB socket for 48mm diameter notch pattern, FSA 386 MegaEvo, Wheels PF30
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Size
 
 
39mm cup 16-Notch
$29.95
41mm cup 16-Notch
$55.95
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44mm Cup 16-Notch
$55.95
46mm cup 12-Notch
$55.95
48mm cup 16-Notch
$55.95
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Wolf Tooth Bottom Bracket SocketWLFTHBBSCKT
39mm cup 16-Notch812719028578
41mm cup 16-Notch812719028806
44mm Cup 16-Notch812719028813
46mm cup 12-Notch812719028820
48mm cup 16-Notch812719028837

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