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    Pressfit BB tool

    Is there any decent tool out there that will remove and repress a bb? I'm planing to go through my 2014 slash 7 and I'm in need of some new tools. I'm assuming since it's not a carbon frame I don't need anything high end and hammering the old one out will be fine but I should probably press it in with the appropriate tool.

    https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...2&category=215

    ^^^^ I can see how that removes them but In the description it says removes and installs. Any help with this would be great.


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    Well, that tool that looks like a screwdriver is to drive out the old bb. The 2 flat pieces of metal have flanges on them. The flanges fit inside of the new BB. A headset press then goes through the holes in the middle. By tightening the press, the bearings get squeezed in. Ttyl, Fahn
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    Pressfit BB tool

    The install part says, "in conjunction with a Park Tool Bearing Press".

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    Ah my bad. Well like I said is there a kit that does removal and installation in one purchase or it it separate tools for separate applications


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    I used the Enduro BRT-003 on my Stache.

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    I use a piece of all thread with fender washers and nuts. Works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rngspnr View Post
    I use a piece of all thread with fender washers and nuts. Works fine.
    Makes sense to me. What's the cheapest way to remove the old one?


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