Abbey Bike Tools Dual Sided Crombie Tool

Abbey Bike Tools Dual Sided Crombie Tool
Abbey Bike Tools Dual Sided Crombie Tool
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Dual Sided Crombie Tool by Abbey Bike Tools
Whether you're removing your cassette for a detailed cleaning or swapping cassettes for an upgraded drivetrain, the Abbey Bike tools Dual Sided Crombie Tool comes in handy for bike mechanics and DIY bike builders alike. Constructed of solid stainless steel for maximum longevity, the Dual Sided Crombie Tool effortlessly removes both Shimano/SRAM and Campagnolo cassettes with its dual-sided design. Its precision machined spline provides powerful engagement, while the solid handle facilitates quick and easy cassette removal and tightening.

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SKU: ABY0001
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