Park Tool BBT-30.3 Bottom Bracket Tool Set for BB30 and PF30
When you buy Park Tool products, you're entering into their heritage. A well respected brand, Park Tool have been making cycling tools since 1963, and every bit of care that went into their tools then, goes in now. Over the years they have managed to perfect their methods and means of production, and what we have at the end is a tool set with a story, history and image.
Park Tool's recently updated Park Tool BBT-30.3 Bottom Bracket Tool Set has a three-step guide for the PF30 & BB30. - T.H
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Lovely little tool did job perfectly, will pay for itself
As ever from Park this is a great tool. The metal end sits perfectly inside the bearing, the blue plastic guide does a great job of keeping everything square. Excellent tool.
You honestly don't need any more than this. It gets the bearing out a treat with no damage to bike or bearings. It honestly couldn't be simpler and safer. To top it off, buy a 200mm length of m16 threaded rod, 2 x m16 nuts, 2 x m16 washers (£10 the lot from eBay), add the bushings that come with this tool, and hey presto......a bearing press that works as well as a £200 pro tool. Plus, Probikekit are cheap and deliver quickly.
After spending £15 for my LBS to fix the creaking BB30 only for the noise to return within the week it made sense to add another specialist item to my cycling toolbox as it appears it will quickly pay for itself. The blue bit slots nicely into either the bearing still in the BB or the BB shell meaning no issues with lining up the tool when driving out the bearings. The two bits to assist with the reinstallation of the bearings were invaluable too when pressing the bearings back in (using, in my case, a homemade bearing press). Both bearings out, all cleaned, back together, noise gone, job done. Only thing I don't like is the impact on my BB from the side when driving out the bearings. But nothing Park can do about that with this tool.
Excellent. Worked perfectly. It even worked in reverse ( instead of tapping out the far bearing, it hooked into the near bearing and a friend tapped it out the other way ). The reason I wrote this review is because a short length of M20 rod fits perfectly on the cup flanges included with this tool. Excellent to get the bearing back in.
As usual with any park tool I've purchased it works and its made to a very high standard to which it keeps on working
Excellent product does exactly what it needs to do with minimum effort, well packaged to keep it nice. Great having the extra bearing press shims in the kit which ive used on my own home made press.
This tool makes changing pf30 BB's easy. Usual Park Tool quality and easy to use.
The tool does exactly what it is designed to do and is very easy and efficient to use. I have tried a friend's home made one, but this is so much better and requires less effort to knock the bearings out; very reassuring when used on a carbon frame! The only downside is the price that Park Tools always charge, but Probikekit had one on offer so I bought it - no regrets!