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Description

Care for your cassette

Simplify your drivetrain maintenance with the Abbey Bike Tools Single Sided Crombie Tool. The Single Sided Crombie Tool features a long stainless steel handle that gives you excellent leverage, and the deep teeth connect securely to soft alloy lock rings without causing damage. This makes removing or installing a cassette quick and easy. The Single Sided Crombie Tool is available in one size and in either a Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo compatibility.

  • Stainless steel
  • Safe and secure connection with soft alloy lock rings
  • Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo compatibility

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4 5

you just need one

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got tired of borrowing one of these on the not to often occasions I was changing out a cassette. Way less hassle to own one and this one has worked very well in the 7 or 8 times I've used it.

5 5

No Need For an Adjustable Wrench

You don't need to carry around an adjustable wrench to unlock your cassette like most of the "nut" style tools. The Abbey also gives you great leverage when loosening and tightening your cassette.

5 5

Amazing

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The quality is unreal. Works great and using it is awesome.

5 5

put your hand around this tool.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

for those of you who can appreciate a well made tool, this is well worth the money. for the professional mechanic who is checking cassette lockrings on every tune, this is your best friend. you can slide this right over the QR nut and tighten up no problem. and if you have shimano centerlock rotors on your mountain bike, you can be assured that you will most definitely get your rotor seated and tight. it has a great fit and feel, its balanced in your hand, and looks sharp. youll want to show all your friends, and they will look at you like youre crazy to be so impressed by something so simple. but they just dont know, man.