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campagnolo power torque removal tool for sale

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campagnolo power torque removal tool for sale

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campagnolo power torque removal tool for sale

To remove the Campagnolo® Power Torque carbon crank, the same procedure is used as with the aluminum crank, except that we must use the thicker plastic protector (D).

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campagnolo power torque removal tool for sale

A complete tool set to work on both Campagnolo and Fulcrum Ultra-Torque and Power Torque crank and bottom bracket systems (each sold separately). The CBP-8 includes a beefed-up bearing and crank puller and all the fittings necessary to remove and install both systems.

campagnolo power torque removal tool for sale

People, my new secondhand bike is Campagnolo fitted, which I"m really pleased with. However the nice cyclist in Notts I got it from told me that the bottom bracket was the original and being six years old was in need of replacing. He even gave me a new one in the box. It is a power torque variety. Now having done my research, I appear to need a special tool or two. Can anyone verify what I will need to remove/replace the chainset and the bottom bracket. Thank you in advance.

If you undo/remove the LH crank bolt the LH crank arm stays in place. You need some kind of "PowerTorque" crank puller to remove it, exactly like the one Campagnolo has never made.

Valbrona wrote:If you undo/remove the LH crank bolt the LH crank arm stays in place. You need some kind of "PowerTorque" crank puller to remove it, exactly like the one Campagnolo has never made.

Unior do a complete set of tools for this job (they"ll also do Ultra Torque) available for a slightly more reasonable £65. https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Unior-Campagno ... 104257.htm

When I had to remove one some years back I bought a Facom U.301 puller and the Campag UT-FC090 Power Torque removal disc (a small disc of metal that costs more than £15) - it was the cheapest solution I could find at the time and worked perfectly. My cranks were alloy; with carbon ones you need to protect the crank somehow. Campag sell a set of little pieces of card for this, again at a silly price. I lent the tools to a friend recently and the Facom puller broke under the strain of trying to remove his crank, so maybe something a bit more robust would be better.

It"s not simple to change the bearings at all mick f! Campagnolo don"t even make the tools, only 4 teams in last years tour used campag on their bikes which says it all really.