Abbey Bike Tools DU Bushing Service Tool

Abbey Bike Tools DU Bushing Service Tool
Abbey Bike Tools DU Bushing Service Tool
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DU Bushing Service Tool by Abbey Bike Tools
Ride your full-suspension mountain bike long enough andyou'll eventually need to replace the DU bushings on the rear shock. With theright tool, the job is actually a lot quicker and easier than you mightimagine. So at the next hint of play or creaking at your bike's rear end, grabsome fresh bushings and the DU Bushing Service Tool from Abbey Bike Tools andyou'll have new bushings in your shock and be back on the trail in no time. Abbey crafts this compact tool out of stainless steel and itallows you to remove and install 1/2 x 1/2-inch bushings into your rear shock'seyelets without resorting to archaic and potentially damaging hammer, punch, orvice methods. Using this tool just once will pay for itself.

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