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Usually despatched within 2 weeks.
The Park Tool FR-5 removes cassette lockrings with ease and efficiency, whilst also being able to remove rotor lockrings. The tool fits Shimano, SRAM, SunRace, SunTour, Chris King and Shimano Centre-Lock disc brake lockrings. The structure allows the removal of the cassette without removing cones and locknuts too. The durable lockring tool is heat treated to ensure strength and robust use. - R.K.
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No thrills - sturdy little number. Do need anything else but this, a monkey and a wrench to do the job!
Fantastic little bit of kit which thanks to PBK's speed of delivery allowed me to change my cassette before a long ride the following day. I was able to change my Shimano cassette without any problems whatsoever. It feels very durable - essential for the wannabe home mechanic.
it works great, is easy to use and does everything its meant to. nice durable construction
If you want to remove your cassette, you can't do without one of these. I have no problems getting the lockring in or out of the cassette (despite not having the guide pin). I have removed my cassette 4-5 times for cleaning and this tool always operates very well.
You know how sometimes things just work and you never have to worry about it and don't think about it? This would be that thing, you just chuck it on, and then grab a wrench and turn in the opposite direction. It's nice because the actual portion the wrench grabs onto is tall (wide/thick) so your wrench won't just slip off
The Park Lockring Tool works great. It fits all lockrings without being too loose or getting stuck in lockrings, is very durable and is rust resistant. If you need a lockring tool this is a great way to go.
This tool is a must-have for anyone who works on their bike. The cost of a cassette swap at a shop is about the same as the cost of this tool, except that you can swap back and forth between wheelsets as needed without paying any extra money. Quality-wise, it is typical Park.
I like that this adapter-type cassette lockring tool can be used with a wrench that I already have in my tool box. I don't need a whole wrench built around this simple tool.
If you are going to work on your cassette, you need a tool like this; this one works perfectly well & is cheaper than the full wrench.