Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool

Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool

Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool
@ -Tool needs either a 5/8 or 16mm spanner or just an adjustable spanner.
-This tool is incredibly simple to use and requires no rocket science.
-1 Remove the bolt in the crank arm
-2 Screw the lower black part of the tool into the crank till tight (ish)
-3 Screw in and continue to tighten the silver piece of the tool until the crank starts to move

Package included:
-1 × BIKE CRANK EXTRACTOR REMOVER PULLER TOOL

  • Tool needs either a 5/8 or 16mm spanner or just an adjustable spanner.
  • This tool is incredibly simple to use and requires no rocket science.
  • Remove the bolt in the crank arm
  • Screw in and continue to tighten the silver piece of the tool until the crank starts to move.
  • Screw the lower black part of the tool into the crank till tight.

List Price: $ 3.50

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Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool

6 thoughts on “Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool

  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Okay for light, maybe medium duty, but not good for heavy duty stuck puller., July 15, 2014
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    This review is from: Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool
    I have 4 bikes that need a full maintenance after no full maintenance over the years. Oldest one is 19 years old.
    Ordered and use this tool on one of the bikes with a wobbly crank. Soak the crank ends for an hour with WD40 before using this tool.
    I was able to pull the left non-drive crank side no problem. But the right drive crank side, after fussing with it for 1/2 an hour, end up stripping the threads where the black nut of the tool screw in. I tried again a few times but the aluminum thread on the crank are gone. BAD. Now what? Looking at the tool Black bolt side, looks like the thread also lost some top thread that I don’t feel using this tool on any other bikes I own again. Seem like it not a good quality metal for this task (Soft metal).
    What I end up doing to remove the crank are:
    – screw in the original bolt that holds the crank midway, not tight with about 1/4 inch of gap between the bolt head and the crank.
    – lay the bike on the floor ( crank drive side facing the floor). Bolt that I put in above is sitting on a steel flat bar( Thor hammer head 10 lbs).
    – Use a 6 inch ratchet socket extension.
    – pounded the back of the crank using the ratchet extension, closest to the crank, not the gear teethed plates so not to destroy the crank with another 10 lbs hammer.
    – after about 10 minutes. Cranks comes out.
    My thoughts on this tool. For the price, not bad if you do maintain on your bikes once every 1 to 4 yrs. Unlike me, after 19 yrs. of no full maintenance, I do not recommend this to be the tool to use to pull stuck cranks if you never pulled one before. Metal build of threads on this tool is soft.
    End up ordering another one from the major brand. DON’T be CHEAP on this tool. Get the best one you can afford!

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not too bad…, June 2, 2014
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    Steven J. Vaccarello (West Palm Beach, Florida USA) –
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    The black part is fine. The chrome part is really really poor. The working end was not completely square and a bit too rounded. I have a machine shop so I chucked it up in the lathe and upt a nice end on it. The wrench end of the chrome piece has a female hex which puzzles me as I cannot see any purpose for it. It also gets in the way of the hex you’d put a wrench on so I cut that off and dressed up the end. All things considered, it’ll work.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It Was Worth the Wait, January 8, 2014
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    Paul J. Epley (DeMotte, Indiana United States) –
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    This review is from: Bike Bicycle Cycle Crank Puller Bike Tool
    It took about two weeks to get this tool, but that was told to me up front. I am glad I waited, because using this little tool made taking the cranks of my bike like unscrewing a light bulb. Sweeeeet! And so inexpensive too!

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  4. I wish removing a crank was as easy as loosening a screw, i absolutely hate crank pullers. Never know which one is going to rip the threads out of your crankset and i end up having to use my dremel to slice and dice the crankset just to get it off :(

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