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Crank and Pedal Tools
Park Cotterless Crank Puller CCP-4
  • The CCP-4 is specifically designed to remove crank arms from Shimano® Octalink (splined, oversized "pipe billet") spindles, and ISIS Drive ® splined systems.
  • It uses a long, comfortable handle and a fine thread for the leverage needed to remove tight crankarms.
  • Rotating tip ensures smooth operation and long life.
Park Crank Wrench and Puller CWP-6
  • The new CWP-6 is an updated version of the CWP-5 Crank Puller and Wrench.
  • It is a compact crank puller with a built-in 8mm hex for removing crank bolts.
  • The CWP-6 includes two rotating tips (11.3mm and 16.3mm), so it can be used to remove splined Shimano® Octalink and ISIS Drive® crank arms, as well as square-holed crank arms.
  • The "floating", hardened tip insures smooth operation and long life. It's the perfect puller for the road or home tool kit.
Park CCW-4 Ratcheting Cotterless Crank Wrench
  • The extra-deep 14mm socket is for crank bolts.
  • Perfect for any cyclist's toolkit
  • The 15mm box-end socket is for axle nuts on a long, ratcheting, reversing wrench.
  • Quality chrome plated tool steel.
Park PW-3 Pedal Wrench
  • The extra-deep 14mm socket is for crank bolts.
  • Perfect for any cyclist's toolkit
  • The 15mm box-end socket is for axle nuts on a long, ratcheting, reversing wrench.
  • Quality chrome plated tool steel.
Park TW-2 Torque Wrench
  • Because torque specifications are now given for most parts and accessories,
  • Park Tool offers this tough, accurate torque wrench. The TW-2 is 3/8" drive and ranges from 0-600 inch pounds, also with adjacent metric scale.
  • As torque requirements become more a part of everyday shop use, it is important for every mechanic.
  • The TW-2 is approximately 16-inches (41cm) long, and provides great leverage to get fasteners tight.



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