Designed and built to install and remove the pressed bearing used on Campagnolo® and Fulcrum® Ultra-Torque cranks. The bearing puller’s forged arms and tapered edges securely pinch under the bearing while the heavy-duty plunger system “pulls” the bearing. The installation tool precisely fits both the crank spindle and the press fit bearing to ensure proper installation. Just tap the bearing into place using the tool and a hammer.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Piero It works!
Just what was needed to change the bearings in my Chorus chainset. Trying to pry the bearing off with a screwdriver can be damaging and this removes it evenly and correctly.
17 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Martie Flimsy but Works
I had some pretty tight bearings and the T-bar on the puller bent a bit under the force needed to remove them but they gave in eventually. The main body of the tool and the claws were fine though ... Just the bar.
28 October 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Not a fantastic tool.
Just recieved this tool and was expecting a decent piece of kit as it is a Park Tool tool. Just to say before I talk about the negatives it did the job of pulling the bearing of the Centura crank. It is not a well finished tool, the glass reinforced plastic component still had swarf left in the side screw holes. One of the side screws did not screw in square. The metal components have grind marks under the finish. If I got this from a lower end supermarket for £10 I would be happy but at £45-50 it is a disappointment. This disappointment is compounded by the overly complicated bottom bracket/crank design of the Ultra Torque. Seems like new bike technology made in an overly complicated old fashioned way with all the wavey washers and retaining pins etc. I might be missing something but Shimano, RaceFace and the like seem a piece of pie to work with. That's the mild rant, hope it was useful!!
07 January 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Take your bike to a shop instead
I have a bike with an UT crank that has done me well for over 12000 miles of which I've removed a few times for servicing with no problems. But boy I think this power torque on my new bike was a bad move as after 1000 miles I'm sure it's the crank that is making a funny noise after inspecting and ruling out every thing else. So off I a go and spend about £100 of my hard earned cash on the park tool CBP-5 and CBP-3, then watch park tool and campagnolo's cool videos on u-tube of which it looks very simple to remove, then attempt to carry out the removal my self. Well I'm sure it works fine on a brand new crank in their workshop but you try it on a crank that has been on the bike for some time and more than likely got wet a few times, well let's just say on first attempt the arm bent on crank extractor and the plastic moulding split, crank movement zero. Then on the second attempt with the fibre boards for the carbon arms (would not recommend every trying to remove a carbon arm with these tools) the hole thing fell to pieces and marked the alloy arm, crank movement ZERO!
19 August 2012