The steel lock ring interface is made to fit the Phil Wood, White Industries, or Campagnolo lock ring and is secured to a color-coded, aluminum outer cog. The outer cog has 22 teeth, machined at half-height, and color-coded to quickly differentiate brand compatibility. This modified outer cog allows the user to initially hand-tighten the lock ring with no discomfort and to use a chain whip to securely tighten the lock ring to the appropriate torque.
Maybe I am searching for a unicorn here but I want to find a plastic Shimano cassette lockring tool.
I have gotten some chain suck a few times here and there (with a known good chain and even new chainrings). The chain was stuck in there so badly that I ended up removing the cranks every time to ... Read More »
My bike is 2008 specialized allez elite compact double. 9 speed cassette in the rear.
I am going to do a through cleaning of the gears by taking them off from the rear wheel and bathing them in kerosine.
How do I know what lockring tool I need?
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My wife has a 3 yr. old Trek 1600. The lockring on the BB has 8-slots. When I use my old Campy lockring tool on it, it rounds over the slots. Does anyone know which lockring tool works? Park has several lockring tools, but I'm not sure which one would work the best. The outside diameter of the lockr ... Read More »
Just purchased this lockring tool for less then 20 bucks and I have to say it pretty good. It is a bare bones tool and does the job and the price is right. I used it on my lockring and I used it on an old style bottom bracket where my Campy tool wouldn't fit. If you need a new tool, this one is wort ... Read More »