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    Cyclus Tool, Steve UK plz help

    Hey, I just bought the cyclus facing tool ( Yes i know, its expensive and a major waste of money, but i'm crazy over tools!) it came with 16mm cutters but you can also buy separately the 12mm...I wanted to know for what application would they be of use since i`m pretty sure you can face both fron IS and rear IS with those...

    here's the link to their catalog, its on page 3

    http://www.bikesportz.com.au/downloa...sTools2007.pdf

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    George, mein kopf fliegen weg. Why are you asking (me?) for help after you already bought something? What exactly are you asking me? Did you pay the RRP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveUK
    George, mein kopf fliegen weg. Why are you asking (me?) for help after you already bought something? What exactly are you asking me? Did you pay the RRP?
    meine schwarzen ass versteht die deutsche Sprache

    that being said, I got It very very very cheap, my question is, was there different bore sizes in past for the bore holes of the front IS or Rear IS disc mounts? I would assume both the front and rear have the same bore size diameter...if so why would cyclus offer a smaller size for this tool I bought?

    plz take a second to look at the catalogue on the previous link if you can
    Last edited by Curious-George; 11-25-2008 at 09:23 PM.

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    The smaller bit may need to be used for a tight spot... IE so you don't cut into a weld... or the lowers.

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    ahh ok...so it's safe to assume that there is only one common bore size

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    Both our Park tool and our Hope tool only have one bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    The smaller bit may need to be used for a tight spot... IE so you don't cut into a weld... or the lowers.
    ya you were spot on, thanks

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