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X-Tools Headset Remover Tool for 1.5" Headsets

  • Makes headset cup removal easy
  • Heat treated high grade steel for durable use.
  • Suitable for 1.½" cups

Instructions:

  1. Head Cup Remover is pulled through frame until flared ends snap in behind cup.
  2. Use a mallet and hit the tool head slightly to remove the cup.

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  • Colour: Silver
 
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Great much better than a scredriver and a hammer. Works so well 07 May 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by It does its job but could do it better Not a bad tool for driving out a headset and better than using a screwdriver but it's not the best quality tool I've used. At just under twenty quid, it's about on it's value. I certainly wouldn't pay more for this particular headset remover, as the finish isn't as "Pro" as the name suggests. The split prong edges aren't exactly finished that well and could give you a slice if you're not careful. And the actual prong tips that make contact with the bearing cups are not ground off to a smooth edge and as a result they leave drive marks in the cup surface. You may also have to splay the prongs out a little more, depending on what 1.5" headset you're removing. If I was using a headset remover everyday, I'd definitely not have this in my toolbox. But for the home mechanic, annual bearing service/replacement or lending it to a mate, it's ideal and it'll save you paying someone else to do it for you. 08 March 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by works but there are some flaws Works 'ok' for both 1.5 and 1 1/8" head tubes. The only issue is the metal flares/splits are quite sharp and as a result leave serious dent marks on the top of the headset cups - this happened on my FSA orbitz headset cups. 07 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works Works on 1.5" headsets as stated, but will also do 1 1/8". So far I've used it on my carbon dual suspension with tapered headset (1.5" & 1 1/8" cups), and on an alloy BMX with 1 1/8" headset. No issues. 09 October 2013
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Removal of press fit bb cups?

Hello, will this item fit for the removal of sram/Shimano standard size (24mm) spindle press fitt BB bearings?

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The Taper at the end of the tool in some instances may need to be adjusted to fine tune the contact area with the surface of the bearing; other than that, it should do the job effectively.
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No, I wouldn't take the chance of using this particular tool for removing a BB PF bearing. You'd be better off looking at the Park Tool BB removers for what you want to do.
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