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Park bottom bracket tool. Tool for installing and removing splined twenty-tooth bottom bracket cups including Shimano and ISIS Drive.
- The BBT-22 is a shop quality tool for installing and removing Shimano and ISIS Drive splined twenty-tooth bottom bracket cups.
- Made from investment cast steel, the BBT-22 utilizes a flat tooth profile to ensure maximum engagement with the bottom bracket cup.
- Can be turned with a 3/8 inch drive torque wrench, 3/8 inch ratchet driver, 32mm wrench, 1 inch wrench, or FRW-1 Freewheel Remover Wrench.
- Note: The BBT-22 replaces the previous model BBT-2.
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Top Customer Reviews
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Heavy duty, but careful with the spline
I purchased this tool as I needed it to service a Token bottom bracket (Campagnolo compatible). The first thing I noticed about this tool was that the spline area that connects with the bottom bracket doesn't have a positive engagement/contact area. I found that I had to really be careful when tightening/loosening as it has a tendency to slip off. Perhaps the spline area on the bottom bracket was not deep enough to provide a positive fit.
Perhaps a solution would be a shorter body so that when you attach this to your ratchet wrench, you can feel more confident that the fit is tight or you run the risk of slipping, damaging the spline on your bottom bracket, or worst, ripping the skin off your knuckles.
Excellent quality BB tool from Park Tools
The BBT-22 bottom bracket tool is an excellent quality tool from Park Tools. Purchased the BBT-22 bottom bracket tool and a CWP-7 crank puller. Changing the bottom bracket (shimano square taper) and crankset was an easy job with these tools.