Park Tool CCP-44C ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller

Park Tool CCP-44C ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller
Park Tool CCP-44C ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller
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CCP-44C ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller by Park Tool
Service your BB or replace chainrings with the Park Tools ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller. Park Tool treats your hand to a comfy rubber-coated handle; while a rotating tip reduces binding and fine 22x1mm threading provides smooth, effortless crank pulling. For ISIS Drive or Shimano Octalink cranksets

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SKU: PAR0059
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