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Bicycle Headset Cup Remover Bottom Bracket Bearing Tool S

$16

Bicycle Headset Cup Remover Bottom Bracket Bearing Tool S

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Product description

Color:Silver

Description

This bicycle headset cup remover is designed to quickly and easily remove press-fit bearings and housings. It is features adjustable opening diameter thanks to the steel material with high toughness and high strength. It is a quick and easy way to remove bearings from press fit type bottom brackets with an inside diameter.

Features
Bike headset cup remover
-Color: Silver.
-Material: Alloy steel.
-Size:
Length: 31.5 cm/12.40 inch.
Tube diameter: 2.54 cm/1.00 inch.
Fits for 25.4mm and 1-1/8 inch bowl
Steel for long life, Durable, heat treated.
The flared end fits through the head tube and snaps behind the cup, cup can be removed with a tap of a hammer.

Package Including

1 * Bike headset cup remover

Bicycle Headset Cup Remover Bottom Bracket Bearing Tool S

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