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BBT-10.2 Hollowtech II Adjusting Cap Tool

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Park Tool’s BBT-10.2 Hollowtech II Adjusting Cap Tool removes and installs crank caps on Shimano® Hollowtech II® cranks. This tool has a built-in hook to lift the safety plate and speed up crank removal. It's steel, investment cast body provides good leverage and includes an option to use with an 8mm hex wrench for removing seized caps.

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Simple and very effective
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by CRAIG
NY

An absolute must have tool for Shimano (DA, Ultegra, etc.) crank users. If you have ever had an extremely difficult time trying to remove the crank bolt on the non-drive side crank arm, then look no further. This tool allows for easy installation and removal of the crank bolt. This can also be used with an Allen key (for extra leverage) for those times when the bolt feels like it has seized. Quality tool made of metal, so it won't strip like some of the existing plastic tools out there. Simple, effective and inexpensive.

Reviewed 1/23/2017
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Best tool to removeinstall Shimano crank cap
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by Stuart
Fair Oaks

Simple, with excellent leverage to remove or install Shimano crank arm cap.

Reviewed 7/26/2018
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Works like it was designed to work!
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by Humanhare
Cycling Enthusiast
Orange County California

I use this product to remove the plug that holds the crank arms onto the crankshaft. It also has a little lip on the tool to flip up the black link that helps secure the removable crank arm. Pretty nifty little tool.

Reviewed 4/3/2017
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