Phil Wood uses a proprietary, 18-splined bottom bracket tool. There are two offered sizes. The consumer tool (part BMRTC0) requires the use of an external wrench. The professional shop tool (BMRTS0) has its own handle.
About to change my 2003 Record 10sp bottom bracket and wondered if i have the necessary tools for the job. I have the Park crank puller and the Park BBT-5 which does the BB and cassette lockring for the Campag cassettes. Also have a good adjustable wrench for the BB nut.
As a bit of a novice when ... Read More »
I have my work stand...Park TW1 torque here tomorrow.
I'm taking out an FSA SL-K crankset with EXO bb and putting a Dura Ace 7800 crank/bb.
Does every manufacturer use a specific bb tool for their cups?
This is a project bike so I'm not worried about hurting anything. Watched one the ... Read More »
So im upgrading my bike(Trek 1.2) to full 105 and im looking at the octalink cranksets and bottom brackets. My bike has a square tapered crankset/bb on it right now as thats what comes stock. Does anyone have any kind of experience with the octalinks and if so are they alright, or should I just go a ... Read More »
I recently purchased an early 90s merlin road bike off ebay from a local guy, got a good deal I thought, $750 for the bike with full dura ace 8sp sti group, lots of nice extras like am. classic titanium seatpost. But in the process of refurbing the bike which has been sitting around a number of yea ... Read More »