Remove and fit the pressed bearings that are featured on the Campagnolo and Fulcrum Ultra-Torque cranks with the Park Tool CBP-3 Campagnolo Bearing Puller & Installation Set. The bearing puller has forged arms and tapered edges which pinch under the bearing, whilst the heavy-duty plunger system pulls the bearing. It will precisely fit the crank spindle and the press fit bearing, making it an essential tool for the home mechanic. - L.M.
Please Note: The C-clip on the crank spindle must be removed before the puller is installed and the bearing is removed.
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I'd seen all sorts of doom & gloom recently when I decided to use Campagnolo power torque cranks, having the puller set to service the cranks solves all these problems, not sure what all the dis-information was about, purchase the correct tools & servicing is a breeze. Considering the small amount of people that actually can be bothered doing their own services (or in fact getting any services done at all), I'm not sure why people don't have a stock of the correct tools at home, home servicing is easy.
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Went to all my local bikes shops within 40km radius and none could remove Campy crankset bearings. Too much ShimaNO customers I guess. So I brought this as it was a reasonable price and I had no shop mechanic options. Did the job easily. Warning: Yes, some of it is plastic. So... 1) Remember to remove the washer on the drive side crank FIRST! 2) Use WD40 on the bearings first and let it soak in. Especially if your bearings are old and rusted (not that mine were). 3) Take your time to ensure the claws are securely attached under the bearings. Making sure to tension the side screws to ensure a secure fit. 4) It can make a loud noise when extracting the bearing; like its about to break. Just hope it doesn't, but it should pull the bearing off if you used enough WD40. 5) Maintain your crankset! Re-greasing your bearings regularly; as this will help with removal later on. So if you ride a lot in the rain or wet conditions. Do it often.
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