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Deeper cassette lock ring tool for Shimano?
 

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17412
Location: Portland, OR

4/22/19 6:58 PM

Deeper cassette lock ring tool for Shimano?

This tool also for Centerlock lock rings. Only my Old Park tool hit the thru axle before I can get the rotor tight enough. My first TA bike this Mongrel-skey is.

Wonder if the newer Park version, or any brand/version is deeper so it inserts more before it hits the thru axle internally.

I saw that Shimano makes lockrings for Centerlock that are for TA_20mm axle which use even another tool on the Outside of the lockring. Maybe even uses some version of the BB tool?

Anyone?

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Campyman
Joined: 14 Mar 2004
Posts: 40
Location: Wausau, WI

4/22/19 9:41 PM

Center lock disc removal

You use an External BB cup tool and it works fine. That is how they are designed to be removed.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17412
Location: Portland, OR

4/22/19 10:30 PM

Best I can figure, there is two types. That BB tool one is not the type 12mm TA and QR uses. Although I guess that one could work. I happen to have a stash of the XTR that uses the Cassette tool. And nothing bigger than a 12mm TA.

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