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Unior BB90 Removal Tool

Unior BB90 Removal Tool

GBP 29.32

RRP £42.99

£29.32

Save: £13.67

1 Reviews

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Average connection time 25 secs

  • Description

    This tool is designed to remove the non-threaded bottom bracket bearings and cups of the BB90 bottom bracket system. It also supports other press fit standards with 24mm spindle, such as BB86, BB92, SRAM Press Fit GXP. The removal tool will pull the bearings & cup from the frame. Carefully insert the guide head of removal tool trough the bottom bracket cup.

  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Unior
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Top Customer Reviews

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Effective tool

Used to remove a BB90. My bracket consists of a metal bearing in a plastic insert. The tools to push it out from the far side didn't work. This tool did. I could insert it behind a ring in the plastic insert and then force out each side of the BB. Just a little bit tricky to use but should be no problem for most DIY bike mechanics.