This dishing gauge is fully machined from big billets of aluminum to a final shape and accuracy that's as nice to use as it is to look at. Compatible with wheels from 20-29 inches and all hub combinations. Standoff feet are included for checking dish with the tire in place, even the big fat ones. The gauge uses a unique spring-loaded mechanism to drop the plunger. Press that little brass button on the front and the plunger will drop to the face of the hub. No archaic time-sucking threaded indicators here!
This bottom bracket socket is for use with Chris King's T47 Bottom Bracket. Made with the same top-shelf aluminum alloy to the same exacting fit and tolerance as the rest of our socket range, these sockets won't chew up your shiny new bottom bracket. This socket features a threaded boss to allow you to bolt the tool into place when dealing with these exceptionally thin tool interfaces. This is a feature unique to our tools that adds a layer of protection and security to your parts and tools.
The Shop Hammer has a heat-treated 1.5-inch (38mm) stainless steel head and 12-inch long handle with the same silicone grip from ESI as our Team Issue Hammer. Weighing in at a respectably stout 20oz (566g), they are sure to make short work of setting crown races and removing press fit bottom brackets. - Hammer comes standard with green soft face. Brass tips are also available. - Made in Bend, Oregon
With a 15mm box end on one end and a custom 6 and 8 millimeter swivel bit on the opposite end, it's the only pedal wrench you'll ever need. Perfect to keep at the fit station, on the sales floor, and at the tool bench. The shop version of the tool gets an extra 6" (15cm) of leverage over the team issue for an overall length of 18 inches. Great for removing those stubborn pedals. - Durable black Cerakote finish - Made in Bend, Oregon
All the awesomeness of the dual-sided tool but in a single Shimano or Campagnolo version. Updated in 2020, the single-sided tool now has the same size handle (1/2 inch) as the dual-sided tool. - When purchasing the chain whip, buy the 1/2-inch handle chain whip.
With a 15mm box end on one end and a custom 6 and 8 millimeter hex swivel bit on the opposite end, it's the only pedal wrench you'll ever need. Perfect to keep at the fit station, on the sales floor, and at the tool bench. Weighing 286 grams, this is a great travel tool for cyclists or mechanics that don't want to sacrifice usability for weight savings.
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