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Unior 16 Notch External Bottom Bracket Wrench

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    True ingenuity.

    In our many, many collective years of trying and selling supposedly innovative bike products, few we've encountered are as ingenious as the Unior Lockring Wrench. Why? Because it integrates another tool, a spoke wrench, that you're extremely likely to need along with using a lockring wrench, especially if you're touring and often doing repairs out in the middle of nowhere. Pop off your cassette, replace your spoke, true up your wheel, and put it all back together with one smart, compact tool.

    • Item #UNR000M

    Tech Specs

    Material
    hardened, tempered steel
    Compatibility
    external bearing crankset bottom brackets (Shimano Hollowtech II, Campagnolo Ultra-Torque, Campagnolo Power Torque, Race Face, FSA, SRAM, Truvativ, Chris King, Phil Wood, Hawk Racking, Token, Fulcrum)
    Claimed Weight
    316 g
    Recommended Use
    cycling

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    Different tool than described in copy.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Image is right, description is completely wrong. The description is for Unior's cassette lockring tool, which does have a built in spoke wrench. That's not what this tool is.

    This is a bottom bracket external cup wrench, similar to the Park BBT-9, which can also be used for some Centerlock brake lockrings, and includes a crank preload tool, which allows you to preload the bearings and crank arms before tightening the pinchbolt on Shimano Hollowtech cranks.

    It's a fantastic tool. Just don't believe the current copy.