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Park Tool BBT-90.3 Press Fit Bottom Bracket Bearing Tool Set

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- A quick and easy way to remove bearings from press fit type bottom brackets with an inside diameter of 37-41mm (BB90, BB92, Shimano Press Fit, SRAM Press Fit GXP)
- The BBT-90 works similar to a small head cup remover to safely extract low profile bearings from inside the bottom bracket shell, as the tool slides through the shell it expands behind the bearing, once the tool is in place, the bearing is removed by tapping on the top cap with a hammer such as the Park HMR-3
- The BBT-90.3 set also includes installation cups to be used in conjunction with the Park Tool HHP-1, 2 or 3 Headset Cup Press to quickly and precisely press the bearings into the bottom bracket shell
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Overall Product Rating 3.5 / 5
Bbt90.3
By
01 May 2012
3 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsMinor flexing. but at an acceptable level.
ProsCost
Does what it says on the tin.
Easy to use. I agree about the flexing in the other review but at the cost and for home and occasional use it was ideal. certainly far easier and cheaper than a trip to a cycle mechanic to do the job for me.
Does The Job But A Bit Too Flexy
By
30 Mar 2012
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsA little flexy
ProsPrice and ease of use
Nice and easy to use and does do the job, but the expandable end that pushes the bearing out is a bit too flexy if you have a tight fit bearing. A lot of the effort from the hammer seems to go into flexing the ends rather than pushing the bearing.
I suspect the Shimano one is a bit more sturdy, but a bit pricey for the home mechanic...
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