Remove and fit the pressed bearings that are featured on the Campagnolo and Fulcrum Ultra-Torque cranks with the Park Tool CBP-3 Campagnolo Bearing Puller & Installation Set. The bearing puller has forged arms and tapered edges which pinch under the bearing, whilst the heavy-duty plunger system pulls the bearing. It will precisely fit the crank spindle and the press fit bearing, making it an essential tool for the home mechanic. - L.M.
Please Note: The C-clip on the crank spindle must be removed before the puller is installed and the bearing is removed.
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How seriously easy is it to do your Campagnolo Ultra Torque bearings with this handy Park Tool puller? It's an excellent bit of kit which is well made, easy to use and most importantly, no risk of damaged or busted cranks while ham-fistedly wielding screw drivers and cir-clip pliers to get the bearings free of the hirth joint.
I found the (many) instructional videos on-line showing prep, removal and re-assembly all very helpful and like all their products, Park Tool offer high quality and ease of use. Combine that with the fantastic price and service offered by PBK you really can't go wrong.
I've now done three sets of UT bearings and it could not be quicker or easier with the help of the Park Tool CBP-3.
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