Park Tool PP-1 Hydraulic Brake Piston Press

CAD 36.49

RRP CA$46.99


Save: CA$10.50


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A much better option than using a screwdriver!

Makes hydraulic disc brake maintenance and repair faster and easier.

Key Features:

  • Unique wedge shape slides into the caliper to open up the piston when replacing pads.
  • Assembled in the USA.
  • Weight: 0.3lbs (Manufacturer claimed).
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Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.0 / 5 (2 Reviews)
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Top Customer Reviews

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Park tool PP-1

The tool is awkward to use since you cannot get enough leverage with the small handle. Also am cautious about scratching the piston heads. The Bitzen hydraulic calliper spreader is a better option even though the cost is more.

Great Tool

Just what it states, makes the job faster and easier. Glad I purchased it. just used for the first time and it is a lot better then the way I was doing it before. It is used while the old pads are still on, so you just push it through and it pushes pistons back in. Simple !