TRIXES Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Remover
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- Easy to use
- Suitable for standard square tapers
- Robust design
- Ideal for the home bike mechanic
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Universal bike crank puller. This tool is easy to use and is ideal for any home bike mechanic. You just need an adjustable spanner or a 5/8 or 16mm spanner, then:
1. Remove the bolt in the crank arm
2. Screw the lower black part of the tool into the crank until tight
3. Screw in and continue to tighten the silver piece of the tool until the crank starts to move
Easy to use
Suitable for standard square tapers
Ideal for the home bike mechanic
1 x Crank Puller Tool
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Top Customer Reviews
So if you need this just to pull a couple of cranks off and you won't be needing it again, and you have an AJ then this is for you
If you want to regularly pull your crank off to clean it then don't buy this
One word of warning though, I also found the the end of the 'pusher' go into the square taper of my bottom bracket. It didn't seem to do too much, but it was still a little unnerving and I was worried it would damage the threads.
Anyway, decent tool at a decent price, but I may eventually go for one of the heavy duty ones with the built in handle.
Buy this for the crank puller at a bargain price, not for the spanner.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
poor quality handle, the crank arm was very stiff to screw out, so I tryd to force it a bit and the handle bend.Published 29 days ago by Sergej Silin
A useful tool kit for fixing the cross trainer (clothes horse)Published 1 month ago by greenfingeredgardener
Crank Remover itself is great. The spanner might not work due to the thin metal but a 16mm spanner will work just fine.Published 2 months ago by James
Already after the first use handle bends - I had to use normal spanner tool.Published 3 months ago by Mateusz Marczak
It did the job - but a professional mechanic would want something more robustPublished 6 months ago by John Briggs