Park Tool Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set

Park Tool Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set
Park Tool Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set
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Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set by Park Tool
Improperly aligned frame and fork dropouts cause a myriad of shifting and tracking issues, meaning it's a major problem that needs to be properly addressed. Straighten misaligned frame and fork dropouts to fix these issues with the Park Tool Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set. These chrome-plated steel gauges attach to frame and fork dropouts on various bikes with hubs ranging from 100 to 160 millimeters in width. Long handles and molded grips provide enough leverage for straightening the frame and fork dropouts.

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SKU: PAR003M
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