Remove and fit the pressed bearings that are featured on the Campagnolo and Fulcrum Ultra-Torque cranks with the Park Tool CBP-3 Campagnolo Bearing Puller & Installation Set. The bearing puller has forged arms and tapered edges which pinch under the bearing, whilst the heavy-duty plunger system pulls the bearing. It will precisely fit the crank spindle and the press fit bearing, making it an essential tool for the home mechanic. - L.M.
Please Note: The C-clip on the crank spindle must be removed before the puller is installed and the bearing is removed.
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Essential tool for replacing campag BB bearings. Not cheap but the puller has jaws just the right size to slip under the bearing and the pull distance (length of threaded bar and cage ) is set in proportion to the crank size - i.e. its designed specifically for the job and makes it a 2 minute job to remove and install new with the included installer. A bit irritating that a further adaptor kit will be required in addition to this puller for other campag systems - at a similar price. For the money, I feel both should be supplied.
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I recently installed a new Campagnolo groupset onto an old bike, so I bought the Park CB3 and the Park CB5 so that I can remove the cranks and also service the bottom bracket. I work in engineering and I considered buying a puller and making the adapters I needed myself, but when I looked for a decent quality puller elsewhere there were no real savings to be made, and this one is made for the job, so doesn't involve me sawing and filing adapters in my garage. I used it to remove the crank just to try it out and it seems to work fine, solid, no slipping and risk of scratches, the bearing installers are of exactly the right dimensions and seem solid enough for a workshop so they will easily last the few times I will need those. Maybe it would be cheaper to go to a bike shop to have the parts removed but I reckon I'll have the cranks off more than four or five times in the life of the bike and that would be about break-even I expect, so for the benefit of the convenience of being able to do everything myself when I want to do it, the cost is well worth it. So good quality and at a price that seems expensive but will certainly pay for itself in terms of not having to visit the bike shop and pay them to remove my cranks.
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