Shimano TL-BB13 Press Fit Bottom Bracket Removal Tool

Shimano TL-BB13 Press Fit Bottom Bracket Removal Tool
Shimano TL-BB13 Press Fit Bottom Bracket Removal Tool
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TL-BB13 Press Fit Bottom Bracket Removal Tool by Shimano
When bottom brackets begin to act up, it can put a damper on the polished image of your beautiful carbon bike climbing in springtime canyons; and simply trying to pedal low-force at a cadence of 120 isn't a longer-term solution. Luckily, the Shimano TL-BB13 lets you wrench from the comforts of home and hammer out your old press fit bottom bracket cups (mallet not included).

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SKU: SHIU17C
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